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What is the integration of DX/(x^2+1)^(3/2)

The (3/2) is the power of the bigger parenthasis. The dx is on top, and the rest of the problem is on bottom.

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What is the integration of DX/(x^2+1)^(3/2)

The (3/2) is the power of the bigger parenthasis. The dx is on top, and the rest of the problem is on bottom.

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If you have something like that usually what you should do is see if integration by parts will help and if that doesn't help,look for a substitution.

Try substitution x as some trig function.

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try to substitude x=tan z

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