How to evaluate the following integral: the indefinite integral: cos(2x) ------------- dx square root( 1-(sin(2x))^2)
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Originally Posted by gamefreeze How to evaluate the following integral: the indefinite integral: cos(2x) ------------- dx square root( 1-(sin(2x))^2) Make the substitution $\displaystyle u=\sin(2x)$. Then the integral will transform into something familiar. Spoiler: Hint: Think inverse trig!
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