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    Solving This Indefinite Integral

    It's the integral of sin(5t)/(1+(cos(5t))^2), it seems like there's no plausible substitutions or anything that can be made here, could someone clue me in as to what to do about this problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fattydq View Post
    It's the integral of sin(5t)/(1+(cos(5t))^2), it seems like there's no plausible substitutions or anything that can be made here, could someone clue me in as to what to do about this problem?
    u = \cos(5t)

    integral will be a form of arctangent.
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