Stubborn Integral

by qspeechc
Tags: integral, stubborn
 P: 792 Hi I'm trying to evaluate the following indefinite integral, where s is any positive real number $$\int \frac{du}{ \sqrt{Au^{s+2}+Bu^2+Cu+D} }$$ For any A,B,C,D, and u is zero at $$\pm \infty$$ I don't need to know how to do it, you can evaluate it on some computer algebra system. Any help thanks?