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Integrate this statementlog(1+x)/1+x^2 limits 0 to 1

Integrate this statementlog(1+x)/1+x^2 limits 0 to 1

Grade:12

2 Answers

amj
41 Points
3 years ago
No antiderivative could be found within the given time limit, or all supported integration methods were tried unsuccessfully. Note that many functions don't have an elementary an
Shubham Kumar
20 Points
3 years ago
Put x=tantAnd solvedx=sec^2 tThe lower term cancelled outAnd then the limit is from 0 to π/4The term will beLog(1+tan t)And then question will be solved

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