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I have a problem. I can't understand how it becomes [-1/the square root of (z^2+r^2)] from integral (r.dr/(z^2+r^2)^3/2)

It seems complicated but I couldn't write it different.

Thanks, Sol

P.S. The integral goes to R from 0.

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# An integral calculation

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