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evaluate indefinite integrals intergral tan^2x Sec^2x dx

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let tax x = z hope this helps ?
you mean tanx= z?
yep..the very same! o.O

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okay, then how do I proceed from there?
if tanx =z what will be the value of dx/dz ?
would you mind writing down the whole problem and explaining it ? I am getting confused
ofcorse i'd mind!:P i can only help..its you who got to try on your own! :D
Well, to try it I should have an idea about where and how to start it. So can you at least tell me how to start the problem
you even done substitution problems before? for example, if i ask you integrate (2x / (x^2 +1)) .. how will you do it ?
No I have not done that
then you should begin from the beginning.. you should not attempt these kinda problems for now..start from the basics..
hmmm..

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