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is that \[\int\limits_{}^{}\]1/(cos(x)+csc(x))dx ?

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\[\int{1\over\cos x+\csc x}dx\]I think
hey aarivnd
ok, fine I'll check wolfram :(
whoah http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=integral%201%2F(cosx%2Bcscx)dx&t=crmtb01 imaginary something?
where did you get this problem arvind ?
hey arvii plz don't post dis types of question.....................it is non intergr.function
@neha y u say that ..honstly i didnt know this was non-integrable...but it is a qn from my wrksheet @colorful the qn is like u hav told
this is an integrabale fn according to me
@experimentX , @Ishaan94 , @FoolForMath pls comment on this qn
@phi , @Mr.Math , @Mertsj pls help
i don't see any other way to do it other than wolfram, look at the steps they give make trig substitution, then its a very ugly partial fractions
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