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    Inverse trig integration

    I have the function

    1/\sqrt{4-3x^2}

    and I see that it is in the form of arcsin. Where do I go from here? I know arctan has a little trick where the integral is

    (1/a) arctan (x/a)

    Does arcsin have a similar trick? How would you solve this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattpd View Post
    I have the function

    1/\sqrt{4-3x^2}

    and I see that it is in the form of arcsin. Where do I go from here? I know arctan has a little trick where the integral is

    (1/a) arctan (x/a)

    Does arcsin have a similar trick? How would you solve this?
    6. Integration: Inverse Trigonometric Forms
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeeter View Post
    Thanks. It's even easier than the arctan form
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