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    indefinite integral problem

    I can't seem to find the right answer for this integral:

    http://oi54.tinypic.com/2rdvl91.jpg

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    ∫ (11*sinx + 14*tanx)dx

    it would be awesome if you could show the steps too. thanks!!
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    Re: indefinite integral problem

    \int \sin x ~dx  = -\cos x +C and \int \tan x ~dx  = -\ln (\cos x) +C

    so...
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    Re: indefinite integral problem

    Hi,
    first u split the given integral function i.e 11∫sinx dx+14∫tanx dx then u integrate, u got the result i.e -11cosx+14log(secx)+c
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