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integral of: 1/(((L^{2})/4)+y^{2})

This is for proving the flux through a cube from a wire going through it is = Q_{enc}/epsilon_{0}

All that's left for one face after taking out constants is the above equation, and I really don't want to go re learn how to do partial fractions again. Any help?

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# Homework Help: Partial fractions integral

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