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    [SOLVED] Indefinite Integration by Substitution

    I need help on integrating this.
    <br />
\int sec(x) dx<br />

    I'm somehow suppose to get
    ln|sec(x) + tan(x)| + C
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cohsty243 View Post
    I need help on integrating this.
    <br />
\int sec(x) dx<br />

    I'm somehow suppose to get
    ln|sec(x) + tan(x)| + C
    See this.

    Hope that helps
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    thank you so much
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