# How do you integrate #Sinx * Tanx#?

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To integrate sin(x) * tan(x), you can use substitution. Let u = sin(x), then du = cos(x) dx. Therefore, the integral becomes ∫u * (du/u) = ∫du = u + C. Substituting back sin(x) for u, the result is sin(x) + C.

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