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Find \( \displaystyle \int \dfrac{dx}{4\sqrt2 \sin(3x) + 2\cos(3x)} \) it is easy but my answer is in different form from answer given , what do you get in terms of tanx and logs ? and by using substitutions ?

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Write \[ 4\sqrt{2}\sin3x + 2\cos3x \; = \; 6\cos(3x-\alpha) \hspace{2cm} \alpha = \cos^{-1}\tfrac13 \] and the integral becomes \[ \int \tfrac16\sec(3x-\alpha)\,dx \; = \; \tfrac{1}{18}\ln\big|\sec(3x-\alpha)+\tan(3x-\alpha)\big| + c \]

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Yes, I approached the same way.

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TopNewestWrite \[ 4\sqrt{2}\sin3x + 2\cos3x \; = \; 6\cos(3x-\alpha) \hspace{2cm} \alpha = \cos^{-1}\tfrac13 \] and the integral becomes \[ \int \tfrac16\sec(3x-\alpha)\,dx \; = \; \tfrac{1}{18}\ln\big|\sec(3x-\alpha)+\tan(3x-\alpha)\big| + c \]

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