`int (theta^2 + sec^2(theta)) dtheta` Find the indefinite integral.

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Chapter 4, 4.1 - Problem 28 - Calculus of a Single Variable (10th Edition, Ron Larson).
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Borys Shumyatskiy | College Teacher | (Level 3) Associate Educator

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It is

`int(t^2)dt+int(sec^2(t))dt=t^3/3 + tan(t)+C.`

where C is any constant. Both integrals are from must know table.

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