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posted by Dave
Evaluate the integral of (e^z + 1)/(e^z + z) from [0, 1]
How do you know what to let equal to u to start this process?
The answer in the book is ln(e+1).

Steve
u = e^z + z
du = (e^z + 1) dz
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