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Unformatted text preview: Case 1: Power on the secant is even Save a secantsquared factor and convert the rest to tangents. Expand and then integrate. Case 2: Power on tangent is odd Save a secanttangent factor and convert the rest of the tangent terms to secants. Expand and then integrate. Case 3: Power on tangent is even and there are no secant terms present Convert one tangentsquared term to a secantsquared term. Expand and repeat if necessary. Case 4: Power in secant is odd and no tangent factors present Try integration by parts with the u being all secants except one and let dv be one secant term. Use the fact that ) sec( x  ) tan( ) sec(  ln x x dx + = . Case 5: If none of these guidelines apply Try converting to sines and cosines....
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2008 for the course MATH 263A taught by Professor Keck during the Spring '08 term at Ohio University Athens.
 Spring '08
 KECK
 Integrals

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