I know this is related to Inverse Tringemetric functions, so the Integral should somehow end
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Sorry, are you meaning using for u substitution?
I can't see how that works :s
Originally Posted by hlolli Sorry, are you meaning using for u substitution?
I can't see how that works :s you made a little error. you didn't square x, also
But please stay with me, this is in a chapter of Tringometric functions
This should somehow relate, now I'm stuck with 9 that I want to become 1
does sin^2 x + cos^2 x = 1 ring any bells?
It's solved Thanks!
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