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how to integrate
f (log(sin x ))dx
urgent ..
formula for sin^{1}X + sin^{1}Y , sin^{1}X sin^{1}Y
cos^{1}X + cos^{1}Y
cos^{1}X  cos^{1}Y
prove that
what is integral of log(x)??????
Using properties of determinants prove that 
(b+c)^{2}....a^{2}........a^{2}
b^{2}.....(c+a)^{2.}.....b^{2} =2abc(a+b+c)^{3}
c^{2}.....c^{2}.......(a+b)^{2}
In this ques.. i just want to know tht after applying C_{1}→ C_{1}C_{2}, C_{2}→ C_{2}C_{3}
in this ques how can i take (a+b+c) common from C_{1} and C_{2}.