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Originally Posted by Selim and your first question is unclear. your second question is very easy. express the denominator in the form x^2+-a^2 where a is a constant. then integrate.
Originally Posted by Selim and The bottom does not factorise, so you can't use partial fractions. That means you'll have to complete the square and use a trigonometric substitution. Now make the substitution . Note that . Also note that . Then the integral becomes .
Thanks for that messy one, sir, and the other one is pretty easy, I was simply supposed to integrate it by parts.
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