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@nbouscal will know what I am talking about, or maybe @Limitless

Wait, correction.

\(\frac{-\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}v}{v^2+\sqrt{2}v+1}+\frac{\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}v}{v^2-\sqrt{2}v+1}\)

Am I supposed to complete the square?

right click-->show math as-->tex commands

Alright, now solve NAO!

xD

btw, this is the equation I got after trying 3 substitutions and seperating the fraction.

lolol

yeah... that's what i was about to do...
but i think there is a formula... hang on....

there it is.... #13....:)
http://integral-table.com/downloads/single-page-integral-table.pdf

i mean #16...l

But isn't using tables cheating?

no... of course not...

But... I don't know where the tables come from... >.<

No lol. I'M GOING TO BUILD MY CAR FROM SCRATCH MUAHAHAHA

i don't think it's cheating... it's a good shortcut to cut through all that stuff..

I already did in my last tex post :)

oh... i see you did it already....

xD

you are solving the problem in a wrong way

see firstly make numerator as the derivative of denominator

Can you show me?

i am talking about 1st integration ie before addition

?

in it, firstly multiply the numerator with 2 and add and subtract \[\sqrt{ 2} \] in it

You mean at the very start of the problem?

ya

but but but

you cant solve it further in this case

#16?
http://integral-table.com/downloads/single-page-integral-table.pdf

these are direct problems

these are direct solutions

you can apply direct formula

i think it works....
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Uh, I can't use u in substiution LOL. I already used it...

Next OS question: What made this integral appealing? I will medal the person with the best response.

nbouscal: Integral Detective

Maybe I should show what work i did before...

Oh hey just look here: http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4fb3c611e4b0556534298c6b