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I'm trying to re-study the calculus I learned years ago to resume my degree this fall, so I don't have access to an instructor right now. I'm stuck on a problem that I can't figure out, and it's just bugging me.

[tex]\int[/tex] 1/(1 + [tex]\sqrt{2x}[/tex]) dx

I'm trying to use u-substitution, but I am not seeing it.

I have thought to rationalize the denominator first, which would allow me to split it up into 2 integrals (1/1-2x) and ([tex]\sqrt{2x}[/tex]/(1-2x) but I get stuck

## Homework Statement

[tex]\int[/tex] 1/(1 + [tex]\sqrt{2x}[/tex]) dx

## Homework Equations

I'm trying to use u-substitution, but I am not seeing it.

## The Attempt at a Solution

I have thought to rationalize the denominator first, which would allow me to split it up into 2 integrals (1/1-2x) and ([tex]\sqrt{2x}[/tex]/(1-2x) but I get stuck

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