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Posted: Sep 26, 1997 9:19 PM
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On page 12 of the Acorn Book, there is mention of Techniques of
Antidifferentiation. Among the subtopics is "Antiderivatives by substitution
of variables..."

The formulas that you mention result from trigonometric substitutions and I
would guess that they fall into the above catagory.




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