What is the integral(1/r^2-x^2)?

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What is the integral(1/r^2-x^2)?

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\[\int\limits_{}^{}dx/(r^2-x^2)=\ln((x+r)/(x-r))/2r\]
umm wld it make sense to say arcsin?

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arcsin is sin inverse right??? If it is then \[\int\limits_{}^{}1/\sqrt{r ^{2}-x ^{2}}\]=arcsin x.
ohh good that is what i thought
ohh i forgot the sqrt that is y i confused u lol
Sorry
Well if denominator is in a sqrt then you will get pi/2 as the answer....
this good for an answer? 1/2a ln | r-x / r+x | + C
i dont know
lol No i needed the inverse sin one
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whtvr I made a mistake and that y i got confused
ok i no good in trig
reg stuff i better
but i just glance at it

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