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    Substitution help

    ∫(e^2θ) (sec^2)θ dθ

    how would aproach this problem using substitution
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    You have to use integration by parts twice: u = \sec^2{x}~~dv = e^{2x}. You can treat the integral as the unknown and solve for it.
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