Find the indefinite Integral (cosx/1-cos^2x)dx. Thanks so much for your help in avance!
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Originally Posted by Safety33 Find the indefinite Integral (cosx/1-cos^2x)dx. Thanks so much for your help in avance! So we have Now let So now we have You can go from there, yeah?
The most known trigonometric identity: . So . Substitute ...
This is actually a very easy one. Rewrite as: Now, let Now you get: Add a constant C if you need to.
Im coming out with 1/sinx. Is that incorrect? I have U^-1, so 1/U=1/sinx
Originally Posted by Safety33 Im coming out with 1/sinx. Is that incorrect? I have U^-1, so 1/U=1/sinx
Where does the -1 come from? Im sorry Im struggling so much with this.
Originally Posted by Safety33 Where does the -1 come from? Im sorry Im struggling so much with this. So we have
Im such and idiot! Thank you very much for walking me through that.
Originally Posted by Safety33 Im such and idiot! Thank you very much for walking me through that.
. Same thing. You are good.
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