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    Antideriving

    How do you antiderive/integrate this?

    \int\frac{4}{1+x^2}
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cursed View Post
    How do you antiderive/integrate this?

    \int\frac{4}{1+x^2}
    \int \frac 4{1 + x^2}~dx = 4 \int \frac 1{1 + x^2}~dx

    now, \int \frac 1{1 + x^2}~dx is something that should be in your text that you should memorize and never forget. \int \frac 1{1 + x^2}~dx = \arctan x + C
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