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- First-order Constant Coefficient Linear ODE’s | MIT 18.03SC Differential Equations, Fall 2011
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I Really Like The Video Integral of tan^4 (theta) From Your

wouldnt int (1-sec^2)^2 be easier o.0?

Christine Breiner please teach me at my university!

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Thanks for sharing your calculus videos – your style and intelligence makes calculus fun! 🙂

Gracias! me ayudo mucho!

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Thanks 4 the video ….ur really great teacher in calculas

I love that

Please, How resuelvo: integral of x / (raiz(x) + 2)

Could I use the half angle tangent formula to solve it as well?

I learned a lot from this lecture.

Omg…that's simply genius

Always enjoy your vid thanks

Thanks a lot. Was so useful 4 me….

got it good

set cos(theta) = (t^2 + 1)^(-1/2).

How do you then deal with odd powers of tanθ ?

0:28 "The hentai will give you"

Christine, thanks for sharing your skills for integrating such problems. I like the analytical and tenacious approach you used.

that is a missy integral

In India, 18 yr old's do these kinds of problems orally..

this question are in NCERT book (india)

For Calc II I had an excellent old engineering-oriented teacher from India. She REALLY made us work these Trig integrals and it was like hell at the time, but now so years later, after never having to ever use these professionally again, I can still solve these.

She was awfully effective; I do mean awfully.

Q 127

I just learned this chapter of my calculus book, It irritates me if the integrated part was slightly changed, can I solve it? And how can I even know it's solvable?