Find the integral of sinx/cos^3x dx
The Attempt at a Solution
How would I approach such a problem?
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The integrand of an integral is the expression between the summa [tex]\int[/tex] and the differential dx. The equation you wrote above is correct for the integrand, which you can now integrate easily.the integrand as in the whole problem? So sin(x)/cos(x)^3=tan(x)sec(x)^2??