calculus I

I posted the wrong problem an hour ago. What is the integration of √(cotx)/sinx dx by using substitution? I don't think it's solvable.

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  1. I used wolframalpha.c o m

    and plugged
    integrate √(cotx)/sinx dx

    And it seems to integrate

    sorry, don't know how to.

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