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    help with proofs

    show that integral Upper limit 1 and lower limit 0 of dx/(1+e^x)(1+e^-x) is equal to 1/2tanh(1/2x)

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelmike121 View Post
    show that integral Upper limit 1 and lower limit 0 of dx/(1+e^x)(1+e^-x) is equal to 1/2tanh(1/2x)
    Hint: express tanh(x) as a function of ex.

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