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    Inverse trigonometric functions?

    Evaluate the integral.

    ((e^2x))/((4+e^4x))

    I think u=e^2x du=2e^2x

    Am I doing this right.
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    Re: Inverse trigonometric functions?

    Quote Originally Posted by homeylova223 View Post
    Evaluate the integral.

    ((e^2x))/((4+e^4x))

    I think u=e^2x du=2e^2x

    Am I doing this right.
    consider the antiderivative of \frac{u'}{1 + u^2}

    ... arctangent?
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    Re: Inverse trigonometric functions?

    Yes that does seem like arc tan.
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