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12/26/04 9:15pm

I've tried every trick I know to try to evaluate this definite integral; I've run out of ideas. If anyone can give me any tips at all, even something unique to Mathematica that I may not know, that would be EXTREMELY helpful.

This problem is part of a much larger project that would take much too long to explain fully.

The integral is contained in the attached notebook.

I'm treating all variables in this as constants except x.

If it helps any, restrictions on the constants are as follows:

a>0
b>0
c>0
0<r<a

and all constants are real.


Attachment: Integral.nb, URL: ,

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