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    integrate this tough one

    can we someone please help me integrate this?

    1/(x^3+1)^(1/2)

    It seems like a non elementary function. Result comes out to be arcsin something?
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    Dear Taurus3,

    This integration cannot be expressed in elementary functions. Wolfram Mathematica Online Integratordc
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    but can you use partial fractions to solve for it? If so, how?
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    you can't use partial fractions and you just were told that the integral can't be solved in terms of elemetary functions.
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