Nevermind, my answer only works for 1 over your problem
Hey forum how would I go about in order to compute this indefinite integral,
I can't seem to eliminate all -variables using . I know I can simply compute it by expanding the integrand but I want to do it using substitution in particular.
You could possibly use a trigonometric or hyperbolic substitution, but doing so is time consuming and pointless, when a perfect square is quick and easy to expand and the resulting integrand easy to integrate using the power rule.