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Hi.

Does anybody know how to solve next integral:

[tex]

\int \frac{\sqrt{(y_1-y)\cos{y}}}{\sqrt{c_1-(y_1-y)\cos{y}}} dy

[/tex]

where [tex] y_1 [/tex] and [tex] c_1 [/tex] are constants.

I am rewriting it, because it seems that latex is not working:

∫ (sqrt[(y_1-y) cos[y]]) / (sqrt[c_1 -(y_1-y) cos[y]]) dy

where y_1 and c_1 are constants.

Does anybody know how to solve next integral:

[tex]

\int \frac{\sqrt{(y_1-y)\cos{y}}}{\sqrt{c_1-(y_1-y)\cos{y}}} dy

[/tex]

where [tex] y_1 [/tex] and [tex] c_1 [/tex] are constants.

I am rewriting it, because it seems that latex is not working:

∫ (sqrt[(y_1-y) cos[y]]) / (sqrt[c_1 -(y_1-y) cos[y]]) dy

where y_1 and c_1 are constants.

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