Can anyone help me find the intergral of this, need to know how for my workshop in a couple of hours. X+1/(1+x^2)^3/2 dx I tried substitution but didn't get far, any help?
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This is The first integral is easy, just put As for the second one, you can perform the standard trigonometric substitution
Can you explain to me how the tan part works please?
It x= tan(t), then so that and .
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