In this math lesson, we explore trigonometric substitutions and how they can be used to simplify integrals. We cover substitutions for sine, tangent, and secant, and provide examples of how to apply them to various types of integrals. By using these substitutions, we can transform complicated integrals into simpler ones that we can easily solve.
Sine, tangent, and secant substitutions.
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