Posted by **HELP PLZ** on Sunday, May 6, 2007 at 12:46pm.

what is the anti-derivative on square root of cosh^2(x)?

The square root of cosh^2 x is just cosh x, and the integral (or "antiderivative", if you prefer thet term) of that is sinh x.

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