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I have checked many integral tables and done alot of working, but I cant seem to derive a solution for:

[tex]

\int \frac{1}{(1+a cos(\theta - \phi))^2} d\theta

[/tex]

where a is constant.

Any help would be most appreciated :yuck:

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# Frustrating Integral

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