Calculus
posted by Brandon .
[((cotx)^(1/3))((csc^4(x))]
i don't understand how to integrate the first part because it should be either even or odd, but this is neither.. help!

let u = cot(x)
du = csc^2(x) dx
csc^4 = csc^2 * (1+cot^2)
and we have
u^(1/3)(1+u^2) du
That should pose no problem.
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