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I keep arriving at the answer: y = 2ln(sec[x]) / sec[x] - c/sec[x]

for this question.

According to my textbook the correct answer is: y = (c - cos[x]) * sec[x]. Can anyone explain how to obtain this answer?

Thanks :)

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