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I had done by trigonometric substitution.. I think there is a special way to solve questions and less work Calling $ arc.cosx = t $ is simple, but $log$ cm $\pi$ below complicates

Indefinite integral

Who can help me, or give any suggestions already thank you!

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    $\begingroup$ Sorry, but closed-form integration is more of an art than a science. In fact, if you just were to jot down some expression like this at random, it would almost certainly not have a nice closed form solution. Feel vindicated that you were able to integrate it at all, and stop worrying that there is some secret method you don't know about. $\endgroup$ – Paul Sinclair Nov 9 at 3:53