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[tex]\int\frac{1}{(\sin(x)+\frac{2}{\cos(x)})^2} dx[/tex]
I know that tan(x)=t works, but there are some problems with factorizing denominator and even after factorizing that integral isn't very simple. Does anyone see here any simplier substitution? thank you
I know that tan(x)=t works, but there are some problems with factorizing denominator and even after factorizing that integral isn't very simple. Does anyone see here any simplier substitution? thank you