I've been trying to calculating the following integral
Here's my solution as far as I've been able to calculate. LetThen
I get stuck here, using U and V for new functions and using the relationship again doesn't lead me anywhere.
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Hi, looking at the new integral that you have to solve, you should notice the denominator suggests a possible solution using a trigonometric substitution. Consider trying:
And then working out that new integral. You will get something that may require the use of an identity of the form:
or something like that (ill leave the details to you).