1. The problem is as follows: ∫(√1+x^2)dx/(x) 2. Using trig sub --> x = atanΘ with a = √1 = 1. So x = tanΘ and dx = sec^2ΘdΘ. 3. Picture included of attempted solution. I tried u substitution with both u = secΘ and u=tanΘ but didn't have the right du. I then tried breaking the sec^3Θ/tanΘ (second to last step shown in work) into sines and cosines but, once again, no luck. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Note: I hope the format of my question is adequate this time. Sorry for the last post.