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    Function of a function Quotient integration

    Hi All please can i have some help with this!

    .............arctan3x
    y = e
    ..........1 + 9x(squared)

    Apologies for poor formula havn't figured how to do it properly yet
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    What is that?. Alas, it doesn't do much good if no one can make it out.

    Is it integral of (arctan(3x))/(1+9x^2)?. I am sorry, I can't make out what the e is for.
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    I think it's exp(arctan 3x)/(1 + 9x^2).

    Anyway, there's no need to triplicate posts.
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    Apologies, cant delete the extra post as there's no option to
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