Integration techniques

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I am a bit rusty on my integration techniques. Can someone please tell me which integration technique to use for this integral ? I don't want to anyone to solve it for me. I just want to be nudged in the right direction.
 

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Dick
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How about keeping it simple and just trying u=z^2+p^2?
 

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