How in the world do you solve this???: int[sec(1-x)*tan(1-x)*dx] Thank you!
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Hint int(sec(x)tan(x))dx=sec(x)+c
Ok, so using u-substitution: u = sec(1-x) du = sec(1-x)*tan(1-x)? Thanks!
Originally Posted by dillonmhudson How in the world do you solve this???: int[sec(1-x)*tan(1-x)*dx] Thank you! Remember that and that . Using these, we see that . Use the substitution so that . Then the integral becomes .
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