How can I perform this integral(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

\begin{equation}

\int^∞_a dq \frac{1}{(q+b)} (q^2-a^2)^n (q-c)^n ?

\end{equation}

all parameters are positive (a, b, and c) and n>0.

I tried using Mathemtica..but it doesn't work!

if we set b to zero, above integral leads to the hypergeometric function!

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# Integral could lead to Hypergeometric function

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