How would you evaluate this indefinite integral? tan^4x dx I began with Seperating it into two tans. Both to the 2nd power. Then I got lost. How do I get to my answer?
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Originally Posted by radioheadfan How would you evaluate this indefinite integral? tan^4x dx I began with Seperating it into two tans. Both to the 2nd power. Then I got lost. How do I get to my answer? Use the chain rule. . Let so that . . Therefore .
Originally Posted by radioheadfan How would you evaluate this indefinite integral? tan^4x dx I began with Seperating it into two tans. Both to the 2nd power. Then I got lost. How do I get to my answer? first integral ... ...
Originally Posted by skeeter first integral ... ... Oops, I read that it had to be differentiated. LOL.
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