All you've done so far is convert the function you gave me into a slightly simpler form.
sin(x) / cos^2(x) = sec(x) tan(x).
Since you didn't actually post the problem as it was given to you, I don't know if h(x) is a function of which you need to find the antiderivative, or whether you've already done that step. You probably need to actually perform the antiderivative now.
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