Posted by **Erica** on Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 7:26pm.

I have to find the integral of 1/(sq. rt. of (4x-x²)) dx. I know I have to complete the square of the denominator, but im confused on how that process works when im only given 4x-x². Could you demonstrate how to complete the square for that equation? Thank you so much!

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