Now for integrals involving inverse trig functions.

A couple problems:

For this one, I know that but I don't know what to do with the 4 in there.

This one I have no clue.

Thanks

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- Sep 12th 2009, 08:42 PMChicken EnchiladaIntegrals Involving Inverse Trig Functions
Now for integrals involving inverse trig functions.

A couple problems:

For this one, I know that but I don't know what to do with the 4 in there.

This one I have no clue.

Thanks - Sep 12th 2009, 08:54 PMChris L T521
- Sep 12th 2009, 09:51 PMChicken Enchilada
So for the first one the answer is:

and for the second:

Sweet! That was actually very simple. You taught me how to solve these problems in a matter of seconds, whereas my prof couldn't do it in 2 hours. It really helps if you can see the problem being solved unambiguously with every little step shown. I think my prof tends to skip a bunch, and everything comes out muddy to me.

I appreciate the help Chris. Math Help Forum rules!