Thread: [SOLVED] Integration of trigonometric function Help

1. [SOLVED] Integration of trigonometric function Help

How to integrate
$

\int \frac{sec2x}{cos2x} \, dx
$

2. Originally Posted by manutd4life
How to integrate
$

\int \frac{sec2x}{cos2x} \, dx
$
The integrand is the same as saying the following:

$\frac{\sec(2x)}{\cos(2x)}=\sec(2x)\cdot\sec(2x)=\s ec^2(2x)$

Thus, you have the integral $\int\sec^2(2x)\,dx$

It should be a piece of cake from here.

I hope this helps.

--Chris

3. Originally Posted by Chris L T521
The integrand is the same as saying the following:

$\frac{\sec(2x)}{\cos(2x)}=\sec(2x)\cdot\sec(2x)=\s ec^2(2x)$

Thus, you have the integral $\int\sec^2(2x)\,dx$

It should be a piece of cake from here.

I hope this helps.

--Chris
Thanks man Lol
i just have not see this
Am doing some H/W now on integration any prob i'll post it
Thanks again

4. Thanks post solved