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    Is there an explicit solution for this integral

    is there an explicit solution for this integral or do i have to use quadrature

    f(x,\gamma) = \int \frac{1-e^{-2\gamma(1-x)}}{1-e^{-2\gamma}\cdot x(1-x)} dx

    where \gamma is a constant

    thanks
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    also in my limited capacity i think

    the function is undefined for 0 and 1

    but as x tends to infinity the function tends to zero

    i may be wrong and please correct me is so

    thanks alot
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