Subject: A calculus problem

I'm a post-secondary student taking calculus by correspondence. I'm stuck on the following question (and similar ones) Can you help?

Evaluate the following indefinite integral:

d(theta)

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1 + sin (theta)

(It says to multiply both numerator and denominator by: 1 - sin(theta)

Thanks

Lorraine

Hi Lorraine

If you multiply the numerator and denominator as suggested the integrand becomes

But so the integrand can be written as

and this is an integrand you should be able to integrate.

Cheers

Harley

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