Triple Integral Problem

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Homework Statement


the limits of integration are s[0,R] p[0,2π] z[0,L] respectively

kp∫∫∫s/sqrt(s^2+(d-z)^2)dsdpdz



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The Attempt at a Solution



You can double check my work but I'm pretty sure I got the first to integrations fine (with respect to s and p), I'm just not sure about how to do the third integral with respect to z

so basically i'm stuck here:

2πkp∫[sqrt(R^2+(d-z)^2) - (d-z)]dz
 

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