I am trying to integrate the following using u-substitution:
∫e^(2x)/(e^(2x)+1)^(1/2)
Where u=e^(2x)+1
I am stuck and am not sure where to go with this. Can someone walk me through the steps so I can finish my revision.
Thanks
Matt
I am trying to integrate the following using u-substitution:
∫e^(2x)/(e^(2x)+1)^(1/2)
Where u=e^(2x)+1
I am stuck and am not sure where to go with this. Can someone walk me through the steps so I can finish my revision.
Thanks
Matt
Just in case a picture helps, here's one I made earlier with 3 instead of minus a half (and 4 instead of ...?) ...
at here.
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