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1. Integrating 1/(1-Cos4x)
How would you go about integrating? 1/(1-Cos4x)..
2. Re: Integrating 1/(1-Cos4x)
(Original post by sabre2th1)
How would you go about integrating? 1/(1-Cos4x)..
Can you think of what 1 - cos (4x) might equal in terms of sin (2x)? (Hint hint: double angle formulae will be useful here.)
3. Re: Integrating 1/(1-Cos4x)
(Original post by SParm)
Can you think of what 1 - cos (4x) might equal in terms of sin (2x)? (Hint hint: double angle formulae will be useful here.)
Cos (4x) = 1-2Sin2(2x)

how do I progress from here?

thanks
4. Re: Integrating 1/(1-Cos4x)
(Original post by sabre2th1)
Cos (4x) = 1-2Sin2(2x)

how do I progress from here?

thanks

Remember,
5. Re: Integrating 1/(1-Cos4x)
(Original post by raheem94)

Remember,
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