Once again I feel I am not too far from the answer...
I am asked to integrate:
using an hyperbolic substitution.
I tried helping myself with this: Integration by Hyperbolic Substitution | calculuspowerup.com but I have trouble converting the hyperbolic function with the triangle.
I did:
Once again I feel I am not too far from the answer...
I am asked to integrate:
using an hyperbolic substitution.
I tried helping myself with this: Integration by Hyperbolic Substitution | calculuspowerup.com but I have trouble converting the hyperbolic function with the triangle.
I did:
That is where I'm not sure how to isolate u to get my x value and how to work with the triangle etc. I need help with that.
The good answer is:
Thank you very much in advance.