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1/3x

^{2}+2= .5(1/(3(x/sqrt(2))

^{2}+1)= (1/6)(1/((x/sqrt(6))

^{2}+(1/3))

Thank you so much!

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1/3x

Thank you so much!

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Factor a 3 out of the denominator, and then use a trig substitution, which will involve a tangent.

1/3x^{2}+2= .5(1/(3(x/sqrt(2))^{2}+1)= (1/6)(1/((x/sqrt(6))^{2}+(1/3))

Thank you so much!

[tex]\frac{1}{3x^2 + 2} = \frac{1}{3}\frac{1}{x^2 + 2/3}[/tex]

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