Can I use identities to make sec(x)tan(x)=1? Moderator edit: This question is not relevant to the Calculus subforum. However, the relevance of this thread to the Calculus subforum only becomes clear with post #3.
Last edited by mr fantastic; Nov 16th 2010 at 03:03 PM.
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Originally Posted by dbakeg00 Can I use identities to make sec(x)tan(x)=1? What do you mean by 'make'? Do you mean solve for
This is the wrong forum for this but my original problem is So I used the integral identity Then I rewrote the problem So, if i could find a way to transform that secxtanx, then I would be home free...is that clear?
You do know that
Originally Posted by Plato You do know that I do..and maybe I'm missing something because I'm still new to integrals but the answer given in the book is: which is what I come up with when I integrate this part so I had the secxtanx left over and didnt know what to do with it
So what happened to the sec(x)tan(x)? shouldn't it be sec(x)?
Originally Posted by dbakeg00 So what happened to the sec(x)tan(x)? shouldn't it be sec(x)? Let then
there goes the light bulb! Thanks, I really appreciate it!
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