Integration

Solve the integral by substituting x=sinx
Ans 1/1x^2


@ashishdeosingh not giving correct answer x^2 comin in numerator

@edward_
what do you mean? is my substitution wrong or kindly tell me where i have done mistake?
and why do you need to put t=sin$\theta$
why not$x^2$ as t. one step answer

@ashishdeosingh i want to know why i cant put sin here, thats the aim. otherwise wwe can do simply substituiting denm we have difff in numerator, plz kindly tell why no sinx

@edward_
i have substitued x=sin theta. what do you want

@ashishdeosingh by putting sinx why the answer is not matching up? (its not about getting answer but to correct smthing in sinx method)


@nizam try it by substituing sinx

@edward_ @ashishdeosingh has solved by substituting sinx

@nizam but ur answer will not match with the sinx method. plz check

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@nizam no if we substitute denominator we will not get a term in numerator

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