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    Integration of a "compound" trig equation

    Hi all.

    Is it possible to find the antiderivative of the inverse sine of (tan x)

    sin^-1(tan x)

    If so, how could it be done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vainglorious View Post
    Hi all.

    Is it possible to find the antiderivative of the inverse sine of (tan x)

    sin^-1(tan x)

    If so, how could it be done?
    From the Wolfram integrator:
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr fantastic View Post
    From the Wolfram integrator:
    Wow! I need to get me some of that software
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