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Homework Statement
∫ [(y)/((4-y^2)^1/2)] dy
No trig identities are necessary for this one, just the "obvious" u substitution.Please provide an attempt at a solution so we can give you tips. We can't guide you in complete void.
I will give you a tip though. Use the identity [itex]\cos^2\theta+\sin^2\theta=1[/itex].