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  1. Siddy
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    \[\int\limits (1/ \sqrt{\sin x}) dx\]

  2. A.Avinash_Goutham
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    put x = arc sint......

  3. shruti
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  4. Siddy
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    Shruti you are very clever.. You have copied it from a website.

  5. Siddy
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    wolframalpha.. Am I right??

  6. shruti
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    it have been calculated not copied lol

  7. Siddy
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    I am more clever than you.. LOL

  8. sami-21
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    shruti used wolframalpha.com

  9. shruti
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    i just thought to help you.not argue on this topic.but you are already too o'er smart.let it be thanks.

  10. Neemo
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    you still need the answer ?!

  11. failmathmajor
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    I think he wants to know how the work is done

  12. A.Avinash_Goutham
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    put x = sin inverse t.........dx wud be 1/root (1-x^2).........

  13. shruti
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    let him be busy in his cleverness.

  14. A.Avinash_Goutham
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    i mean 1- t^2

  15. failmathmajor
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    A.Avinash_Goutham has provided very good clues in this thread

  16. Neemo
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    A.Avinash_Goutham has given the answer ! It works :)

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