# Integration issue

After deriving an equation I have ended up with equation where I have a complex denominator and I am not sure how to simplify. I am trying to work out as a function of x. Equation link is below. Thanks in advance.

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## $\begin{align}

$\begin{align}

\dfrac{p}{\dfrac{Ao\left( \dfrac{1 - x}{2L} \right)}{E}} & = \dfrac{2pEL}{Ao(1 - x)} \\

& = \dfrac{2pEL}{Ao} \cdot \dfrac{1}{1 - x}

\end{align}$

You posted this with a title "integration issue" under calculus, which I presume you wanted to do this:

$\displaystyle \dfrac{2pEL}{Ao} \int \dfrac{dx}{1 - x} = -\dfrac{2pEL}{Ao}\ln (1 - x) + C$

Side Note:

The only difference is

E.Note that

$\dfrac{p}{\dfrac{Ao\left( \dfrac{1 - x}{2L} \right)}{E}} = \dfrac{p}{Ao\left( \dfrac{1 - x}{2L} \right)} * E$

while

$\dfrac{p}{Ao\left( \dfrac{1 - x}{2L} \right)} * E^{-1} = \dfrac{p}{AoE\left( \dfrac{1 - x}{2L} \right)}$

I am not sure though if this side note is still relevant to you.

## Romel, this is excellent.

In reply to $\begin{align} by Jhun Vert

Romel, this is excellent.

If you get chance, could you explain some of the steps i.e. not sure how E is positive and a numerator, and in addition the ln(1-x). Thanks in advance Paul