I'm trying to integrate
I start with
Can I do like this?
if so, then do I continue like this?
Hm... and I noticed that I rewrited backward xD omg, can anyone help me out here?
I'm trying to integrate
I start with
Can I do like this?
if so, then do I continue like this?
Hm... and I noticed that I rewrited backward xD omg, can anyone help me out here?
A clue here is the ... if that x were a tan of something, how would that change things?
Just in case a picture helps...
... where (key in spoiler) ...
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Late edit: Soroban's solution below is a bit simpler, as it does without the trigonometry. Just in case a picture helps...
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Hello, Revy!
I got the answer . . . but it was a strange journey.
We have: . .[1]
I used the same substitution, but I found a sneaky step.
Let .[2]
Then: .
From [2], we have: . .[3]
Substitute [2] and [3] into [1]: .
Let
Substitute: .
Back-substitute: .
Back-substitute: .