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I'm trying trig Substitution but I'm getting stuck at 1/(sin x + 1)^2 

mathmeme  May 3, 2017
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I am sure this exact same one was looked at recently - is this a repeat post, I mean did you post it last time too?

Melody  May 3, 2017
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No, last time was a continuous fraction. unless the process of solving this integral is the same as the continuous fraction integral

mathmeme  May 3, 2017
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Here is an answer that I posted a day or two ago.

I will admit that I have not looked at it seriously myself yet.  There may have been other answers, I am not sure about that :)

 

Melody  May 3, 2017
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Doesn't really help a lot does it..

If you go back in time a bit you might find the other post. Maybe there was a better (more complete) answer but I do not recall one.

Melody  May 4, 2017
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Definite Integral Problem - Having trouble

 

see same question and answer: https://web2.0calc.com/questions/something-mathematical-to-do#r5

 

laugh

heureka  May 4, 2017
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edited by heureka  May 4, 2017

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