how do i integrate:
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Originally Posted by scorpion007 how do i integrate: Hi, = =-cot(x)-x+C
Originally Posted by earboth Hi, = From here you are going around the houses to get where you are going: =-cot(x)-x+C
But you are using the standard integral: ,
in which case you just could have used the sandard integral: .
Originally Posted by CaptainBlack From here you are going around the houses to get where you are going:...
RonL It's so much fun to go the long way round...
- the functions sec, csc, cot were not taught in German schools because you can express them by the standard trig functions;
- I was very proud about me that I detected the solution I wrote to scorpion;
- you are right.
Use the identity: .
Edit: corrected the typo. . . . .Thanks for the heads-up, Scorpion!
Last edited by Soroban; October 26th 2006 at 08:18 PM.
thanks very much guys.
(Soroban, you made a little typo, you wrote cos instead of cot in your last expression.)
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