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    Indefinite Integration

    \displaystyle \int e^{\sin x+\cos x}\cdot \left(\frac{x^4\cdot \cos^3 x-x\sin x+\cos x}{x^2\cdot \cos^2 x}\right)^2 dx
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    Re: Indefinite Integration

    Hey jacks.

    Hint: Try using u = x*cos(x) and make a substitution.
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