## how would you integrate (1+x^30)/(1+x^60)

how would you integrate (1+x^30)/(1+x^60) from 0 to 1?

tried so many ways but in vain..

any help?

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 This is not the forum for posting course related problems. Did you try to use the substitution t=x^30 ? This should simplify your integral quite a bit. Then just do some smart algebra and factorisation. EDIT: This is wrong. Sorry for the confusion