Business Analysis For Dummies
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The DI-agonal method is basically integration by parts with a chart that helps you organize information. This method is especially useful when you need to integrate by parts more than once to solve a problem. Use the following table for integration by parts using the DI-agonal method:


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Kupe Kupersmith, CBAP, is a vice president at Athene. Kupersmith has over 20 years of experience in software systems development. He serves as a mentor for business analysis professionals. Paul Mulvey, CBAP, has over 20 years of experience as a business analysis consultant. Previously, Mulvey was a senior business analysis coach, instructor, and mentor with B2T Training. Kate McGoey has more than 20 years of experience in application development and life cycle processes business.

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