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using 1/sinx + 1/cosx= cosx+sinx/sinx cosx then using sum and product rule sinx cosx =1/2 sin(2x)+sin(0)
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Its 1/sinx + secx or 1/(sinx +secx)??
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Integrate each term separately to get log(cosec(x)cotan(x)+log(tan(x)+sec(x)) If we assume the log arguments are positive and using the fact that log(a)+log(b)=log(a*b) we can transform this into log(1/sin(x)1/cos(x)/sin(x)1/cos(x)+1) I have attached an .xps (microsoft format) file with more details
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