integrate 1/[1+sin(x)+sin^2 (x)]
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Originally Posted by ayushdadhwal integrate 1/[1+sin(x)+sin^2 (x)] Observe that . Also observe that Can you figure out what substitution is required to complete the integration?
Originally Posted by ayushdadhwal integrate 1/[1+sin(x)+sin^2 (x)] If You have an integral containing only circular functions the substitution ever conducts to an integral of a rational function. In particular... In the case You have proposed the trasformation is... Kind regards
Originally Posted by Chris L T521 Observe that . Also observe that Can you figure out what substitution is required to complete the integration? Nice idea but it won't fly. ....
Take a look at this.
Sub. or At the same time We have , the integral Consider Sub. The integral How about the second integral ?
Originally Posted by simplependulum How about the second integral ? I received an offer from one of my university choices while typing this up!
Originally Posted by simplependulum How about the second integral ? i'd write it as in the same fashion, and substitution will solve the problem.
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