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    Integration problem

    How do you integrate (tan1/2x*sec1/2x)^2

    * means multiply

    I am in desperate need of the answer!
    Last edited by kingkaisai2; May 23rd 2006 at 11:36 AM. Reason: ambiguity
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkaisai2
    How do you intergrate (tan1/2xsec1/2x)^2
    This is one of the most amgibous anti-derivatives I ever seen. Redo your post and use parantheses to show what you are trying to say.
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