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Hello everyone! Can you integrate this with steps?

- ∫ sec2x dx

Thank you.

jones (guest)

By using the integration by substitution method :
du= 2dx ===> 1/2 du=dx
so, after substitution with the variable u in the integral will have this answer :
1/2 ln(sec(2x) +tan(2x) ) +C
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