i am studing the book of weinberg of general relativity. in the part about light deflection weinberg perform the calculus of the angle deflection of a light ray bended bay a gravitational body. i don't how can evalute the integral. in other words i don't understand de taylor aproximation of the integral. why the integral is not divergent? how can help me to understand?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# I don't understand the light deflection calculus

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