It will help you considerably to recognise that !
y=
That is easy to integrate. (I wrote "t" for the dummy variable inside the integral rather than "x" to remind you that you cannot cancel the "x" in the denominator until after you have integrated.)
It will help you considerably to recognise that !
y=
That is easy to integrate. (I wrote "t" for the dummy variable inside the integral rather than "x" to remind you that you cannot cancel the "x" in the denominator until after you have integrated.)