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Unformatted text preview: Question A: The following integral is important in a particular geometry problem (you will learn later which geometry problem): integral of sqrt(1+(bx/a)^2 * 1/(a^2-x^2) ) dx For each of the following methods, write down what happens as you try it, but don't spend very long on it. i) Try a simple u-substitution. ii) Try integration by parts. iii) Try trig substitution. iv) Any other ideas? v) optional: what if b=a? Can you simplify it and solve it? Review questions (pg 518) Concept Check: #1, #3...
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