I was reviewing my first calc class stuff before starting this second one and came across a problem that i cant seem to get, its the integral of sin(2x)/23+cos(x)^2 dx, i know most of the rules and thought i had it but the question asks to put in all trig functions in terms of cos which I cant seem to figure out how to do. Been awhile since I've done this stuff so sorry if its real easy and im just missing something simple. thanks in advance.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Integrals + Trig

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