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    simple verification

    hi ,

    i am a bit rusty with my intergraion skills..

    intergrate

    ---dx
    ----------
    (z + x )^2


    = { (z + x )^- 2 } dx

    = (z + x )^- 1 / -1

    hence i will achieve

    ---1
    -------- <--- correct ?
    (z + x )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris0724 View Post
    hi ,

    i am a bit rusty with my intergraion skills..

    intergrate

    ---dx
    ----------
    (z + x )^2


    = { (z + x )^- 2 } dx

    = (z + x )^- 1 / -1

    hence i will achieve

    ---1
    -------- <--- correct ?
    (z + x )
    If z is a constant and not a function of x, then yes, your integration is correct. Don't forget the +C.
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