Calculus: Integral (cosx/ (the squareroot of (1+tanx))

• May 14th 2012, 10:22 PM
owlsv2007
Calculus: Integral (cosx/ (the squareroot of (1+tanx))
I need help solving this problem.

Integral (cosx/ (the squareroot of (1+tanx))

Sorry, I am new to this and I don't know how to do symbols.

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• May 15th 2012, 12:29 AM
Mathsdog
Re: Calculus: Integral (cosx/ (the squareroot of (1+tanx))
HI, Are you sure this is correct? I can't integrate it (I'm assuming w.r.t. x) and I've put it into a few online integrators and they can't do it either.

You can start using symbols by pressing the sum symbol $\displaystyle \sum$ (second from end right on the bottom row of tool bars (on the ADVANCED editing box) and using latex language to write in between the "[TEX]" symbols that come up. Google latex for a basic intro. It'll make your time on here much more rewarding.

BW, MD
• May 15th 2012, 12:46 AM
DeMath
Re: Calculus: Integral (cosx/ (the squareroot of (1+tanx))
Perhaps $\displaystyle \tan^2x$?