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Topic: A close form exists for ... ?
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Lee Hon Chor (kwyu)

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A close form exists for ... ?
Posted: Jul 17, 1996 11:23 PM
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Hello guys,

I try to evaluate the following integral by hand but with no
success;

Integrate[1/((x^2+a)(x^2+b))^(1/2),x]

I put it into Mathematica and Mma also can not give me a close form
solution.

So, I would like to know if it has close form solution in view of the
simplicity of the integrand. Thanks in advance.



Regards
Lee










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