I'm stuck after this part
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I wouldn't do that. My first impression is to take two of the secants and turn them into tangents. After that, it is a rather obvious substitution u = tan(x) and you're done.
Hello, circuscircus! TKHunny has the best idea . . . We have: . . . Then: . Let: Substitute: . . . . . Got it?
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