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Homework Help: Integration-Calculus

Posted by so CONFUSED! on Sunday, February 14, 2010 at 2:18am.

How do I integrate this?

constant(1- z/[sqrt (z^2 + constant^2)]

i know i can take the constant out so I have

constant * integral 1- z/[sqrt (z^2 + constant^2)]

and I know the integral of
z/[sqrt (z^2 + constant^2)] is
[ln z^2 + constant^2]/2

I just need to know in general how to separate the 1 + , i.e.

integral of 1 + f(x) = ?

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