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Homework Help: Calculus - Integrals

Posted by Sean on Friday, March 14, 2008 at 9:00pm.

I know I've probably flooded the site or something (Sorry if I have), it's just that these problems aren't similar to anything I've reviewed in class. I've got two more questions, then maybe 1 or 2 more coming. That's all I can see in the future, anyhow.

1) Integral of [2* sqrt((1+cosx)/2)].
All I can see is that I take the 2 out of the integral, and put it out front.

2) Integral of [(sec(x))^4].
Here I'm completely stumped. I'm not sure how to start, either.

I'd really appreciate help on these two problems. They've really got me stuck.

P.S. Also, if anyone could supply a link of math tutorials of some sort, please do!

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