I've actually just noticed as I was flipping through my calculus textbooks that none of the books I have actually mention or show or listed in the table of integrals how to get these types of integrals: or etc. Can anyone show me how to actually calculate these types.
I was going to add for no fancy Dan (no pun intended ) to bring that higher level stuff to my notice - my opinion is it's horse for courses (and at the 1st yr undergraduate level the horses should be including the whole "dx" thing - further comment welcome). At the high school and 1st yr undergraduate level it's omission causes more trouble than it's inclusion, I think.
My LaTeX skills are basic. I do not even know why I got nominated. Oh, and I am returning to that tutorial. I did not have so much time*.btw I'm sure it and your complex variables tutorials got you a vote for fancy latexer
*)I have said this before. One of my jobs is being an executioner. Currently, there are a lot of people who are sentenced to death. Preparation takes a long time. And thus I do not have so much time.