$\displaystyle \int -3 / sqrt(1-x^2)$ I separate the constant, then move the denominator up to the numerator, getting $\displaystyle -3 \int (1 - x^2)^{-1/2}$ I'm stuck here though. Do I just apply the power rule?
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Originally Posted by Archduke01 I'm stuck here though. Do I just apply the power rule? No, use a trigonmetric substitution. $\displaystyle x= \sin{\theta}$ could do the trick
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