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Problem 5

In Exercises 1-6, identify  \(u\)  and  \(d v\) for finding the integral using integration by parts. (Do not evaluate the integral.)

\(\int x \sec ^{2} x d x\)

Text Transcription:

u

dv

int x sec ^{2} x dx

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