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Integral of 1/(1+x^{2N})

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Published on Jul 6, 2011

Complex Analysis: Using the Residue Theorem, we show that the improper integral of 1/(1+x^{2N}) over the real line is pi/(Nsin(pi/2N)) for positive integers N. Key steps include a geometric sum and Euler's Formula for sine.

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