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please cAN SOMEONE HELP ME WITH INTEGRATION,TRIGONOMETRIC SUBSTITUTION?

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what do i do in this,since is not in the form of (x^2 + 2^2)^1/2 where i can easily use x= a tan(theta)
in denominator

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yeah
my proff say we need to use trig substitution in this,but i dont know how to apply it here
x= (2 sq rt) tan(theta)
why is that so?
to make it sec (theta)
thanks u are the best,didnt know it was gonna be (2sqrt) thats my confusion

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