you got correct result it's zero
I ve been trying to solve this integral where it reads
int (-infinity to +infinity) x/((x^2+4)^3/2) so i wrote this as a limit where
lim A approaches -infinity (int from A to 0 x/((x^2+4)^3/2) + lim B approaches +infinity (int from 0 to B x/((x^2+4)^3/2). By subbing in u=x^2+4 i got the integral to equal -1/sqrt (X^2+4)+c and ended up with an answer of 0 when both integrals were added. is this correct i feel like this is wrong somehow