# Find the definite integral : ∫0-->1 (e^-x)/(e-x + 1)^1/2

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1. Find the definite integral.

âˆ«0-->1 (e^-x)/(e-x + 1)^1/2

(The interval is [0, 1])

integrate, integration

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