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∫tan^5 x sec x

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I want to split the tan^5 x into a (sec^2 x - 1) but I only have sec x. So I'm a bit stuck. Help is appreciated.

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∫tan^5 x sec x

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I want to split the tan^5 x into a (sec^2 x - 1) but I only have sec x. So I'm a bit stuck. Help is appreciated.

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Bring the integral in the form ∫f(cos(x))sin(x)dx.

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Finding the anti-derivative of tan

∫tan^5 x sec x

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I want to split the tan^5 x into a (sec^2 x - 1) but I only have sec x. So I'm a bit stuck. Help is appreciated.

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^ That did the trick. Thank you : D

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