[SOLVED] Solving This Indefinite Integral With A Trig Substitution
The problem is the integral of x/(4-x^2), and I'm asked to solve it using a trig substitution despite there being no square root present in the problem, how can I go about doing this?
The problem is the integral of x/(4-x^2), and I'm asked to solve it using a trig substitution despite there being no square root present in the problem, how can I go about doing this?
for the record, if the method of integration was not specified, a regular u-substitution of would take care of this guy with much less difficulty.
for the record, if the method of integration was not specified, a regular u-substitution of would take care of this guy with much less difficulty.
Yep, I actually had to solve it that way first, and then in part 2 I was asked to solve it with a trig substitution, which did indeed prove to be much more painful