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    Integral

    Hello!
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\int{\frac{dx}{x\sqrt{x^2-2x-1}}}<br />

    Using the Euler substitutions \sqrt{x^2-2x-1} = t-x, I come up with the result 2\arctan{(\sqrt{x^2-2x-1}+x)}. Is the result right? I'm kinda suspicious!

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    Your answer is correct.
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