Integration with Trigonometric Functions
In This Chapter
- Using trigonometric substitutions to deal with integrands of the forms
- Investigating integrands of the form sinn(x) cosm(x)
- Investigating integrands of the form tann(x) secm(x) (m is even)
- Investigating integrands of the form tann(x) secm(x) (m is odd, n is even)
We continue to study patterns in integrands. In this chapter, the concentration will be on integrands with trigonometric functions and integrands that can be transformed to contain trigonometric functions. This might ...
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