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    evaluate integral with sec

    f(x) = {7^{\sec (\theta )}}\ln 7<br />

    evaluated at \theta  = 0<br />

    not sure where to begin
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    Quote Originally Posted by genlovesmusic09 View Post
    f(x) = {7^{\sec (\theta )}}\ln 7<br />

    evaluated at \theta  = 0<br />

    not sure where to begin
    are you talking about f(0) or f'(0) ?
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    the derivative sorry i forgot to put that
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    i know that ln7 is just a constant and so you bring it down

    7^secx*ln(secx)*ln7

    but do i need to take the derivative of secx?
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