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comment How to integrate $\frac{1}{\sqrt{1+x^2}}$ using substitution?
Instead of using hyperbolic functions, if you use normal trig functions (e.g. x = sin(t)), then you end up with integral = arcsin(x). Why is this incorrect? EDIT: NEVERMIND... 1 + sin**2 =/= cos
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