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Can you solve the following integration: -

Integration [ cos(x)/(c+cos(x)) ] by dx

where c is a constant

or that one: -

Integration [ 1/(c+cos(x)) ] by dx

if one is solved I will be able to make the other

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# Integration [ 1/(c+cos(x)) ] by dx

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