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> Int((x+2)^2/(1+cos(x)^2),x);


                                 /          2
                                |    (x + 2)
                                |  ----------- dx
                                |            2
                               /   1 + cos(x)







This is an example of an integral with no limits the answer is ofcourse...


> int((x+2)^2/(1+cos(x)^2),x);


                                 /          2
                                |    (x + 2)
                                |  ----------- dx
                                |            2
                               /   1 + cos(x)






It couldn't do it ... you see? Let's try something easier


> int(log(x),x);


                                  x ln(x) - x






Much easier hah!


Carlos Rodriguez <carlos@math.albany.edu>
Last modified: Wed Sep 4 18:31:06 EDT 1996