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List of integrals of trigonometric functions From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The following is a list of integrals (antiderivative functions) of trigonometric functions. For antiderivatives involving both exponential and trigonometric functions, see List of integrals of exponential functions. For a complete list of antiderivative functions, see lists of integrals. See also trigonometric integral. Generally, if the function sin( x ) is any trigonometric function, and cos( x ) is its derivative, In all formulas the constant a is assumed to be nonzero, and C denotes the constant of integration. Integrals involving only sine Trigonometry History Usage Functions Generalized Inverse functions Further reading Reference Identities Exact constants Trigonometric tables Laws and theorems Law of sines Law of cosines Law of tangents Law of cotangents Pythagorean theorem Calculus Trigonometric substitution Integrals of functions Derivatives of functions Integrals of inverse functions Contents 1 Integrals involving only sine 2 Integrands involving only cosine 3 Integrands involving only tangent 4 Integrands involving only secant 5 Integrands involving only cosecant 6 Integrands involving only cotangent
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