Hi all, am stuck with the integral with fraction in exponential(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The equation

I=∫exp(bz)/(a+iz)*exp[(6*a^2-ik*w^2*z)/(z^2+a^2)]*dz

I already tried to partial fraction the 2nd exponential term, then i tried to perform integration by parts but it doesnt work well.i tried substitution too

Thank you.

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# Integration with fraction in exponential

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