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Integral dx/((a+b cos^2(x))^2) with limits from 0 to 2Pi. As I know the final result is “0”. a > 0 and b >0

Integral dx/((a+b cos^2(x))^2) with limits from 0 to 2Pi. As I know the final result is “0”. a > 0 and b >0

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