Question
Evaluate the integral.
 
Integral from nothing to nothing hyperbolic cotangent StartFraction x Over 7 EndFraction dx
Integral from nothing to nothing hyperbolic cotangent StartFraction x Over 7 EndFraction dx

equals7 ln left parenthesis hyperbolic sine StartFraction x Over 7 EndFraction right parenthesis plus Upper C

​(UseC as the arbitrary​constant.)
7.7.45
Evaluate the integral.
X
cothdx
X
coth dx7 In sinh
7
C
7
(Use C as the arbitrary constant.)

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7.7.45 Evaluate the integral. X cothdx X coth dx7 In sinh 7 C 7 (Use C as the arbitrary constant.)

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