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The question is:
Find the definite integral:
( is a constant)
I've tried using the t-substitution, but I got quite a messy answer.
Possibly there's some simplification involving the fact that the constant is written in terms of cos that I'm not seeing?
The solution given isSpoiler:
Thanks.
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