how do i integrate this 1 / [(sin x) - 1]
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Originally Posted by crafty how do i integrate this 1 / [(sin x) - 1]
how did you convert into those forms can you be a bit more explicit in your description???
Originally Posted by crafty how did you convert into those forms can you be a bit more explicit in your description???
and how do i integrate (sin x)/1(cos x)^2??? do i change into tan form? and if so how do i proceed then??
I think you mean so yes, put and you'll get an arctangent.
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