# What is the arc length of the curve given by #f(x)=1+cosx# in the interval #x in [0,2pi]#?

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The arc length of the curve given by ( f(x) = 1 + \cos(x) ) in the interval ( x ) in ([0, 2\pi]) is ( 2\pi ).

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