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## Homework Statement

In the process of solving a physics problem, I've run across an integration that I'm not sure I've ever had to perform before. It's of the form $$\int \frac{1}{a - (\frac{dy}{dx})(x)} dx$$ where ##a## is a constant.

## Homework Equations

Table integral?

## The Attempt at a Solution

I honestly have no clue where to even begin with this. I do not have a functional form for ##y##, it's simply a quantity that changes with respect to ##x##. Any hints on where to begin?