why are the integrals of secx and 1/cosx not the same??
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They are the same. Because sec(x)=1/cos(x) What difference do you see?. Please explain so I may know what you're getting at.
the integral of secx= the integral of 1/cosx= ??
They are equivalent, just in a different form. Can you prove it?.
Originally Posted by hmmmm the integral of secx= the integral of 1/cosx= ?? And what if ? We know that . hence : Multiply by : Now substitute Then multiply both numerator and denominator by cosē and use this formula : This should help you go through the problem
thanks ive got it now
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