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am i doing this integration right? ( wait like 2 min to draw my problem and solution steps) thanks

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is that right sorry couldnt think of a better way
Looks good to me
last problem before im done for the week so can someone else verify ty
not that i dont respect you incompite :P
You could of separated it from the beginning first: \[\int\limits \frac{ \sec^2(x) }{ \tan^2(x) }dx - \int\limits \frac{ 1 }{ \tan^2(x) }dx \] use u-substitution: u = tan(x) du = sec^2(x) \[\int\limits \frac{ 1 }{ u^2 }du - \int\limits \frac{ 1 }{ \tan^2(x) }dx\] and you know: \[\frac{ 1 }{ \tan^2(x) }= \frac{ 1 }{ \frac{ \sin^2(x) }{ \cos^2(x) } } = \frac{ \cos^2(x) }{ \sin^2(x) }= \cot^2(x)\] proceed: \[\int\limits \cot^2(x)dx = -x-\cot(x)+C\] PUT EVERYTHING TOGETHER: \[-\frac{ 1 }{ \tan(x) }-(-x-\cot(x))+C\]
You got the questions wrong @abb0t . Its tan/sec not the other way around
you did the question wrong
omg. Lol. fudge.
well sorry for making you waste so much time :(
so was i right abb0t
i feel really bad for making you take so long and you got the question wrong really sorry next time ill make iit more clear :(
lol im pretty sure it is
The int of sec^2 is tan. You dont need any other steps to compute that.
the sec^2x cancel out leaving 2/sec^2x which is 2ln(tanx) right
you cant just throw the 1 away. Its 1, not 0
am i looking @ the wrong question?! LOL
heres the question again
yea i do believe its right ty guys i feel bad for ab0t all that work :(
If your professors says its wrong, request to see where they got their degree from lol
my professor is a smart dude hes got masters at 21 so ill believe him if he says im wrong XD
lol. whoa watch out, we got a bada_ _!! JK he's human and still susceptible to mistakes.
Well im 4 months away too, in electrical engineering to be precise.
me too woot
im also ece
but im second year 19 so if i try hard enough i may get done by 21
i'm abt 2 graduate 8th grade.
avoided math as much as i could :P
yea right abo0t
You prolly still have to take diffe eq, multi variate and statistics then. Good luck lol
Don't forget Linear Algebra.
So smart for someone who is in 8th grade
yea i do and i hate math so not the best major for me XD
i found abb0t secret
hest that dude right there
omg. lol. i was guessing. geezbus. Lol
Dont give up though, the degree is hot cake once you graduate. I promise
i know thats why im keeping at it
and i know some people that got direct to intel from here for 100k + so im gonna work my retriceoff
butt off*
and hes 21 as well so should be a good life from then on :P
And that youtube guy is on a whole different level. As long as he can spit off derivatives and int from his head when he turns 18, otherwise he will be that one yotube guy
that was just a quick google search btw so im sure there are more genious of abb0t level ;)
haha bye all
u in us by the way

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