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(1/2)(tan(x/2)) + (1/6)(tan (x/2))^3 + C

I'm just wondering whether it's possible to use any substitutions to simplify this further.

regards

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(1/2)(tan(x/2)) + (1/6)(tan (x/2))^3 + C

I'm just wondering whether it's possible to use any substitutions to simplify this further.

regards

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I think it's simple enough..

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i've jux come across calculating the exact same integral (except that it's definite!!!). i tried to solve it using different substitutions bt all in vain. So. culd somebody post the complete solution here.

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