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Integral Calculus

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1.divide both the numerator and the denominator by x2

2.u wil get 1/x2 -1as numerator and {( x+1/x)(x2+1/x2)} as denominator

3. the substitute x+1/x as t and proceed ,i am sure u will get the answer

4, ans wil be in terms of cosec-1

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boss that would be {(x+1/x)(x2+1/x2)1/2}as denominator

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