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				   Can I get all the formulas of Indefinite Integration
				   

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Hi, I am not able to solve the problem attached with the image.The Question is from ncert text book. Please provide me a hint.
 
 
Multiply and divide by 2 to generate denominator as sin2x. Use the identity sin2x = 2tanx/1+tan 2 x. Simplyfy . then substitute tanx = t and integrate . Please approve the answer..
 
Jayant Kishore 2 months ago
if y(x-y) 2 = then ∫( 1/x-3y)dx=
 
 
check your question y(x-y)^2 =?what?
 
ajay 9 months ago
Integration of root tanx
 
 
0
 
RAKESH CHINDAM 8 months ago
 
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RAKESH CHINDAM 8 months ago
“X” is wife of” Y” is it transtive?
 
 
yaaa!!! it is transitive
 
Gavvala Ganesh 8 months ago
 
YES TRASITIVE
 
RAKESH CHINDAM 8 months ago
 
yes
 
SHANMUKESHWAR 8 months ago
How to find rank of the word examination in dictionary
 
 
plsss mention the word...one can explain the permutation combination behind it thru’ an example.
 
saayan mitra 7 months ago
 
plsss mention the word...one can explain the permutation combination behind it thru’ an example.
 
saayan mitra 7 months ago
 
plsss mention the word...one can explain the permutation combination behind it thru’ an example.
 
saayan mitra 7 months ago
sin60-cos30
 
 
Value of sin 60=(3^0.5)/2 Value of cos30=(3^0.5)/2 Hence their difference equals 0
 
Rocker 7 months ago
 
Since sin 60=1/root(2) and cos 30=1/root(2) so sin 60-cos 30=0.
 
Nikhil Upadhyay 7 months ago
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