evaluate  ∫[ex(1-x2) / (1+x2)]dx


 how can i write it in mathematical way by computer ? i mean to say from where i get mathematical tool .

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i think that facility is not providing by askiitians


 


any way try it

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Download MathType, a free download software for typing all mathematical equations. It is a trial version for 30 days but you can either buy it, or uninstall and install it every 30 days.

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