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abb0t
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Looks right to me.

baldymcgee6
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but now what?

abb0t
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Except, wait. No. How did you get the cot/sin in the end?

abb0t
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You can leave it simply as is w/o separating. Using usubstitution.
Use:
U = sin

baldymcgee6
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ok, i'll try that..

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@baldymcgee6
correct u can write cotx/sinx =cosecxcotx (and its integral is know)

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oh wait nvm. i see what u did

matricked
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aliter 1/(cosx1)= 1/(1cosx)=1/(2sin^2(x/2))=1/2 * cosec^2(x/2) and then integrate

matricked
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and its integral is
cot (x/2) +c

baldymcgee6
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thanks for the help...

matricked
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welcome