∫(cos2x+1/sin4x )²
can any one help me with this step by step solution cause i have fill 2 papers of failed attempts
Expand $\displaystyle \left(\cos{2x}+\frac{1}{\sin{4x}}\right)^2$ to get:
$\displaystyle \int \cos^2{2x}~dx + \int \frac{2\cos{2x}}{\sin{4x}}~dx + \int \csc^2{4x}~dx$
Use the identity $\displaystyle \cos^2{(2x)} = \frac{1+\cos{(4x)}}{2}$ and the first integral becomes trivial.
Use the identity $\displaystyle \sin{(4x)} = 2\sin{(2x)}\cos{(2x)}$ and the second integral becomes trivial.
The third is trivial as it is.