# Difference between revisions of "Trigonometric substitution"

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Trigonometric substitution is the technique of replacing unknown variables in equations with <math>\sin \theta\,</math> or <math>\cos {\theta}\,</math> | Trigonometric substitution is the technique of replacing unknown variables in equations with <math>\sin \theta\,</math> or <math>\cos {\theta}\,</math> | ||

− | It frequently relies on using trigonometric identities. | + | It frequently relies on using [[trigonometric identities]]. |

Trigonometric Substitution is also a Calculus method to compute integrals. | Trigonometric Substitution is also a Calculus method to compute integrals. |

## Revision as of 22:55, 21 June 2006

Trigonometric substitution is the technique of replacing unknown variables in equations with or

It frequently relies on using trigonometric identities.

Trigonometric Substitution is also a Calculus method to compute integrals.

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