H hunkydory19 Jan 2008 114 0 May 16, 2010 #1 If someone could please please help me with this I would be so grateful, I have a final uni exam tomorrow and I'm going to fail (Crying) Show that \(\displaystyle \int^\infty_0 \frac{cos x}{1 + \mu x} dx = \mu + O(\mu^2) \) Thanks in advance!

If someone could please please help me with this I would be so grateful, I have a final uni exam tomorrow and I'm going to fail (Crying) Show that \(\displaystyle \int^\infty_0 \frac{cos x}{1 + \mu x} dx = \mu + O(\mu^2) \) Thanks in advance!

Bruno J. MHF Hall of Honor Jun 2009 1,266 498 Canada May 16, 2010 #2 In your opinion, what method should you use?