A-Math: How to Integrate Trigonometry with Square Power [video]

IntegrationTrigo_Page_2Some students get really confused between differentiation and integration of Trigonometry. In fact, I personally feel that integration of Trigonometry is easier as there are only 3 general formulas (as shown). In this video, I've shown the thinking process, step by step approach on how to integrate Trigonometry with square power, an advanced concept.  Hope you find the approach and explanation useful.

I would love to hear your comments.

Click on this link to view the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3ykmKa4MLU

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2 Responses to A-Math: How to Integrate Trigonometry with Square Power [video]

  1. hi ms. thank u for the information on trigonometric integration...
    to integrate sec2(2x) use the identity...tan2(2x)-1
    love you


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