Erm, I have this integration question:
sqrt((1-cos(x))/2) with an upper limit of 2pie and lower limit of 0.
I can't seem to do it right.
I tried simplifying it:
= 1 - (cos^-2(x))^(1/2)
= 1 - cos^-1(x)
Then I intgrated 1... which becomes x, but I have no idea how to do cos^-1(x), I saw the long formula for the integration of cos^something(x) but I don't think it applies here... because the answer is 4...