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Suppose to have the following integral:

[tex]\int \limits _{-H/2}^{+H/2}f(z) \frac{H-2z}{\left[\left(b - y\right)^2 + \left(H/2 - z\right)^2\right]^2}dz[/tex]

Suppose that [tex]f(z)[/tex] does NOT have a crazy behavior and that does not go to infinity anywhere and that it is continuos. I do not know a priori the expression of [tex]f(z)[/tex].

Now the question: what is the limit of the integral when the parameter [tex]H[/tex] (which appears in the limits and integrand) goes to [tex]+\infty[/tex] ???

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# Limit of an integral

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