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You can wright the numerator as:
Now use the substitution for the second integral.
Originally Posted by Punch let This is the same mistake you made in the last question. If there is a u^2 term in the denominator, the integral is NOT a logarithm unless there is a u term in the numerator.
I would start by multiplying top and bottom by e^x...
Here's another way
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