hi all, but how do i intergrate
replace with a trig identity involving cosec^2, and spot that it's the derivative of something.
oh i didnt able to get it,
another one is intergrate sec(x) my answer was Ln(1-t^2) where t=tan(x/2)
but it seems to be wrong
~~i m hopless with intergration anyone could help me imporve? i mean any advice in this field
1. Calculate the derivative of cotan(x)
2. Try to combine this with matt grime's suggestion
There's usually a section under Calc II for trig. integrals.
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