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Integrate dx/cos(x-a)cos(x-b) please answer me with full explanation

Integrate dx/cos(x-a)cos(x-b) please answer me with full explanation

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

HIMANSHU SAXENA
53 Points
4 years ago
you can use the formula cosA*cosB=[ocs(A+B)+cos(A-B)]/2 and after that you can apply the concept of partial differentiation, it will make this question a lot easier.

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