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