I don't know, but here is how you could integrate it. By making a u-sub.
Let
Now, can you finish?.
Hi
I have the answer in the textbook for this one but I am hoping someone can explain it to me.
integral sign (sin x/ (1+ cos^2 x) dx =
integral sign ((sin x cos x)/(1+cos^2 x)dx
why was cos x "added" to the numerator - it wasn't "added" to the denominator - it just seems to come out of no where.
Any enlightenment would be appreciated.