am running into trouble intergrating
the integral tan^5(x) dx
i know i need to break it up in terms of sec(x)^2 and tan(x)sec(x) so that i can use u subsitution
also would you guys give me any tips on how to do well in cal II am taking a summer course right now
and i need all the tips that i can get thank you very much
IF you use the identity with tangent and secant, that was used to integrate your problem,
you will be able to show that the two answers are within a constant (C), of being the same.
However, one of these seem off, with the constant in front of the logarithm.