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Please solve this problem as soon as possible tomorrow is my exam .

Please solve this problem as soon as possible tomorrow is my exam
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Grade:12

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Aditya Gupta
2080 Points
2 years ago
write it as x/(x-1)sqrt(x^2-1)= 1/sqrt(x^2-1) + 1/(x-1)sqrt(x^2-1)
now, 1/sqrt(x^2-1) is a standard integral and 1/(x-1)sqrt(x^2-1) is of the form 1/LsqrtQ, L and Q being linear and quad polynomials. 1/LsqrtQ can easily be solved by the substitution y= 1/L. if u have any doubts ask me

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