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Integration

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  1. anonymous
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    \[\int\limits_{-\pi}^{\pi}(\cos ^{2}x /1+a ^{x})dx, (a>0)\]

  2. anonymous
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    what's your question deeprony? ^_^

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    oh >_< I didn't see it lol, my bad

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    hmmm, I'm not sure. It's my first time to see such an integration problem, but it looks like it can be solvable by using partial fractions?

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    lol i got no idea.. i thought about using some definite integral properties but i guess it will just mess it up.. so.. you give it a try..see how it works out... the answer is \[\pi/2\]

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