Can anyone help me with this integral?
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You can generate a proof of this formula in reverse with the chain rule; I was presented with such a proof and then taught the standard form.
Last edited by Quacky; January 15th 2012 at 06:41 AM.
You can use use partial fractions to prove that formula.
Putting x= a, -a we obtain and
Last edited by sbhatnagar; January 16th 2012 at 04:01 AM.
It's perfect!! Thanks!
I have a little problem: I did the same that you said with this integral (image), but when I checked it with Wolfram, there's a -1 which I don't know where come from.
What do you get if you do the long division?
The same but without :
Originally Posted by gulamerasool The same but without :
Integrate each term separately and see what you will get.
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