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Lesson 6 - Transformations of Trigonometric Functions

# Lesson 6 - Transformations of Trigonometric Functions - and...

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ANTIDERIVATIVES (INTEGRAL)

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TRANSFORMATIONS OF TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS Some integrands contain trigonometric functions of n th degree which could not be integrated or not integrable as is, such that we need to transform the funtion to obtain its integral. One of which involves powers of sine

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Unformatted text preview: and cosine, and the other one involves powers of tangent and secant or cotangent and cosecant. Each has four cases. A. INTEGRALS INVOLVING POWERS OF SINE AND COSINE B. INTEGRALS INVOLVING POWERS OF TANGENT AND SECANT OR COTANGENT AND COSECANT...
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