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Integrate sinx/sinx-cosx..... Plz note sinx-cosx as a whole is in the denominator..

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    use the good old quotient rule:

    if y = u/v, y' = (u'v - uv')/v^2

    u = sinx
    v = sinx - cosx

    y' = [(cosx)(sinx-cosx) - (sinx)(cosx+sinx)]/(sinx-cosx)^2

    you can play with that some, but I like

    1/(sin(2x)-1)

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