# ∫ e^2x⋅1/(1+(2e^(2x))) dx , Can you show step by step? How to integr.?

• ∫ e^2x⋅1/(1+(2e^(2x))) dx , Can you show step by step? How to integr.?

Review: The method of integration by substitution may be used to easily compute complex integrals. Let us examine an integral of the form a b f(g(x)) g'(x) dx
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... if you'd like to practice some math by adding to my paypal account, ... (1) integral (2x + 1)^(1/2)dx ... Show more Show less.
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@amistre64 will you kindly elaborate elaborate your 3rd step i.e. y'/y=2 how did you get ... e^x 2) d/dx e^(2x) = d(2x)/dx * e^(2x) = 2 * e^ ... 1) d/dx e ...
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Answers to sample problems. 1. ... (6 x)2 x2]dx = ˇ Z 2 1 [8x2 6x+4]dx+ ... 2 = x2e x2 2 2e x2 2 + c y= x2 2+ ce x 2 2 9. p 101 = p
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Integral: $\int_{-\infty}^{\infty} x^2 e^ ... You can convert your integral to that one using integration by parts, ... {-x^2}(2x^2-1)}{1+x^2}dx$? 10 ...