Hey! I īm stuck on this problem and my calculus seems to be gone. I need to solve the following integral, $\displaystyle \int \frac{b}{a-cos(\omega)}d\omega$
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Originally Posted by moog Hey! I īm stuck on this problem and my calculus seems to be gone. I need to solve the following integral, $\displaystyle \int \frac{b}{a-cos(\omega)}d\omega$ Dear moog, Use the substitution, $\displaystyle t=\tan{\frac{\omega}{2}}$
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