Wolfram alpha and integral calculator say zero, but my school's HW on webworks does say it's divergent. I don't suppose it's wrong either, since the issue is probably a technicality
Arguably, on desmos.com the graph is pretty damn near odd.
Int(-inf)(inf) of (-5x)/(1+x^2)
Sorry for the lack of Latex, but basically it's simple, just from neg inf to infinity of the equation written.
The Attempt at a Solution
Been trying at this for a few days now, and it comes up to zero each time. Supposedly it's divergent...
Am I doing something wrong when I take the limit with the ln()'s?
Of course now each time, I split the integral in half, just to be safe. (Negative five multiplied by the whole quantity of the two integrals. The first, negative infinity to zero, the second, zero to infinity)