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1.∫ csc (u-π/2) cot (u-π/2) du.
2.∫ sec^2(3x+2)ds
3.∫ √3-2s ds
4. ∫ 12(y^4+y4y^2+1)^2 (4^3+2y) dy use u= y^4+4y^2+1

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  1. Physics? Looks like elem calculus to me.

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  2. Its physics

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    Use substitution x=u-&pi/2; dx=du
    ∫csc(u-π/2)cot(u-π/2)du
    =∫csc(x)cot(x)dx
    =∫cos(x)dx/sin²(x)
    =∫d(sin(x))sin²(x)
    =-1/sin(x)+C

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