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- Homework Statement
- Hello ,

How to integrate

- Relevant Equations
- ## \int ~ dy ~ e^{-2 \alpha(y)} ##

My trial :

I think ## \int ~ dy ~ e^{-2 \alpha(y)} ## dose not simply equal: ## - \frac{1}{2}e^{-2 \alpha(y)} ## cause ##\alpha## is a function in ##y ##.

So any help about the right answer is appreciated!

I think ## \int ~ dy ~ e^{-2 \alpha(y)} ## dose not simply equal: ## - \frac{1}{2}e^{-2 \alpha(y)} ## cause ##\alpha## is a function in ##y ##.

So any help about the right answer is appreciated!