Compute the following two integrals: a) integral fraction {1}{1 + cos (x)} dx b) integral^1_0...


Compute the following two integrals:

{eq}\displaystyle a) \ \int \frac {1}{1 + cos (x)} \ dx \\ \displaystyle b) \ \int^1_0 \frac {1}{ x^{\frac {1}{2}} + 1} \ dx {/eq}

Definite Integral:

The definite integral is that type of integration in which both upper and lower limits are given.

A definite integral has both a starting and ending points.

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a) Given

{eq}\int \dfrac {1}{1 + cos (x)} \ dx \\ {/eq}

We 'll have to solve this integral.

{eq}\begin{align} \int \frac {1}{1 + cos (x)} \ dx...

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Definite Integrals: Definition


Chapter 12 / Lesson 6

A definite integral is found as the limit between a line graphed from an equation, and the x-axis, either positive or negative. Learn how this limit is identified in practical examples of definite integrals.

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