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d/dØ∫1/(1-cosxcosØ)dx

d/dØ∫1/(1-cosxcosØ)dx

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Jitender Singh IIT Delhi
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8 years ago
Ans:
I = \frac{d}{d\varnothing }\int \frac{1}{1-cosxcos\varnothing }dx
Using Leibniz’s rule, we have
I = \int \frac{\partial }{\partial \varnothing }(\frac{1}{1-cosxcos\varnothing })dx
I = \int (\frac{-(cosxsin\varnothing) }{(1-cosxcos\varnothing)^{2} })dx
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Jitender Singh
IIT Delhi
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