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# 10sFic - Prof Girardi Math 142 Spring 2010 04.29.2010 Final...

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1. Fill in the blanks. . R du u = | u | + C . R cos u du = + C . R sin u du = + C . R tan u du = + C . R cot u du = + C . R sec u du = + C . R csc u du = + C . R sec 2 u du = + C . R sec u tan u du = + C . R csc 2 u du = + C . R csc u cot u du = + C . If a is a contant and a > 0 then R 1 a 2 + u 2 du = + C . If a is a contant and a > 0 then R 1 a 2 - u 2 du = + C . If a is a contant and a > 0 then R 1 u u 2 - a 2 du = + C . Partial Fraction Decomposition. If one wants to integrate f ( x ) g ( x ) where f and g are polyonomials and [degree of f ] [degree of g ], then one must first do .
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