This article presents two methods, in parallel, of solving more complex integrals, among which is the Poisson's integral, in order to emphasize the obvious advantages of a new method of integration, which uses the supermathematics circular ex-centric functions. We will specially analyze the possibilities of easy passing/changing of the supermathematics circular ex-centric functions of a centric variable α to the same functions of ex-centric variable &theta. The angle α is the angle at the center point O(0,0), which represents the centric variable and θ is the angle at the ex-center E(k,ε), representing the ex-centric variable. These are the angles from which the points W1 and W2 are visible on the unity circle - resulted from the intersection of the unity/trigonometric circle with the revolving straight line d around the ex-centric E(k,&epsilon) - from O and from E, respectively.
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[v1] 8 Mar 2010
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