Jun 3, 2013 Thread starter #1 I ipaper New member May 18, 2013 4 Calculate the following integral $$\int\limits_0^1\frac{(1-x)e^x}{x+e^x}dx$$ Last edited: Jun 3, 2013

Jun 3, 2013 Admin #2 Ackbach Indicium Physicus Staff member Jan 26, 2012 4,197 From what problem did this integral arise? It doesn't seem to succumb to any standard techniques in regular calculus. You might be able to try contour integration, or maybe differentiation under the integral sign. Or maybe even Laplace Transforms.

From what problem did this integral arise? It doesn't seem to succumb to any standard techniques in regular calculus. You might be able to try contour integration, or maybe differentiation under the integral sign. Or maybe even Laplace Transforms.