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$$\displaystyle\int \dfrac{(3x^3+1)dx}{x(x\cdot e^{x^3}+1)}$$ is equal to?


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$$ln \left|\dfrac{xe^{x^3}-1}{xe^{x^3}}\right|+C$$


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