I need to integrate sqrt(1-(x^2)) I know that the reciprical of this integrates to arcsin(x) + k but I don't know how I can relate this. Any help would be much appreciated
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Originally Posted by kinhew93 I need to integrate sqrt(1-(x^2)) I know that the reciprical of this integrates to arcsin(x) + k but I don't know how Why do you not use web resources like this?
Hello, kinhew93! It should be obvious that this requires Trig Substitution. Let . . And: . Substitute: . Can you continue?
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