I have a new law of interial which changes the energy potential of a particle of light moving through a gravity field. I have a formula which describes the acceleration, and thus, the deflection of a particle moving through a gravity field, but it involves an integral that I'm not able to resolve. I've tried Mathematica and the Online Integral calculator and they failed. I'm hoping there are some human tricks to make this work. I know I can calculate it numerically, so that kind of an answer is not useful. The attached document descripts the integral that needs to be evaluated.
The first integral is equal to 2GM/b. The second integral is not well defined. You can consider him equal to 0 if you consider -infinity and +infinity equals. I can explain you the solution if you award me.
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