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Overloading Integrate



-- 
	If I define my own method for Integrate as follows, will it break the
built in code?

Integrate[a_Plus,vars_] := Integrate[#,vars]& /@ a
Integrate[a_Plus,vars_] := Integrate[Expand[a b],vars]

This is concerned with applying linearity rules, so that all my
overloading rules for the Integrate operator will be tried before the
built-in code. 
I also wonder wether anyone can recommend a good integration table,
specially for 3-d integrals over infinite space.
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