I am trying to figure this out and am stumped at the moment.
Find the integral of 1/(x^.5+1). Using U substitution I now have 2U/U+1. I know ln|U+1| is in the answer but I can't figure out what to do about the numerator.
I am trying to figure this out and am stumped at the moment.
Find the integral of 1/(x^.5+1). Using U substitution I now have 2U/U+1. I know ln|U+1| is in the answer but I can't figure out what to do about the numerator.
Divide 2U by U+1 to get $\displaystyle 2-\frac{2}{u+1}$
I am trying to figure this out and am stumped at the moment.
Find the integral of 1/(x^.5+1). Using U substitution I now have 2U/U+1. I know ln|U+1| is in the answer but I can't figure out what to do about the numerator.
now only ln|U+1|, there is one more term in your answer.. look at the post above by ione and do the integration: