Hi all, i need help with integration of exponential of inverse tangent, could not find it in table of integrals(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

the whole equation is

I=∫A/[w(a+z^2)^1/2]*exp(zb)*exp[(-i*arctan(z/(a)^1/2)]

-am trying to integrate by parts but stuck at the arctan part

Thank you.

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# Integration of exponential of inverse tangent

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