I seem to be having trouble with this antiderivative can i please see a solution? Y= (1/(e^x + 1))(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I tried substituting e^x + 1 as u, but that left me with the quest to find an antiderivative of 1/(u^2 - u). i feel like im missing something silly here. thanks

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# Homework Help: Integration Y= (1/(e^x + 1))

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