How do you integrate this: I tried expanding the '1' as And then i tried multiplying numerator and denominator by .. But it was of no use.. What do you do generally, when you have a trigonometric equation in the denominator??
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Originally Posted by animesh271094 How do you integrate this: It is true that
Alright.. thanx..
Another way is with the Weierstrass substitution: Let and so the integral becomes: Now split in partial fractions.
Why partial fractions when having ?
Yes, offcourse! I was to busy with partial fractions I didn't noticed that, thanks .
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