Integral of Hyperbolic Functions  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
This lesson covers the indefinite integrals of hyperbolic functions, such as hyperbolic cosine, hyperbolic sine, hyperbolic secant, hyperbolic cosecant, and hyperbolic cotangent.
Key Insights
 ❓ The indefinite integrals of hyperbolic functions have specific formulas.
 👨💼 The antiderivative of hyperbolic sine is hyperbolic cosine.
 👨💼 The derivative of hyperbolic sine is cosine.
 😇 There are different formulas for integrating hyperbolic cosecant squared, secant tan, and hyperbolic cosecant cotangent.
 😄 U substitution can be used to simplify the integration process.
 🤘 Pay attention to any negative signs when integrating hyperbolic secant and hyperbolic cotangent.
 ✊ The power rule can be applied when integrating certain hyperbolic functions.
Transcript
in this lesson we're going to cover the integrals of hyperbolic functions so if you have a sheet of paper you want to take some notes let's go ahead and begin the indefinite integral of hyperbolic cosine is hyperbolic sine it's the opposite of the derivatives the derivative of hyperbolic sine is cosine the antiderivative of hyperbolic sine is hyper... Read More
Questions & Answers
Q: What is the indefinite integral of hyperbolic cosine 2x?
The indefinite integral of hyperbolic cosine 2x is onehalf hyperbolic sine of 2x plus a constant.
Q: What is the indefinite integral of hyperbolic sine 5x plus 4?
The indefinite integral of hyperbolic sine 5x plus 4 is 5 hyperbolic cosine 5x plus a constant.
Q: What is the indefinite integral of hyperbolic cotangent x?
The indefinite integral of hyperbolic cotangent x is the natural log of hyperbolic sine x plus a constant.
Q: How do you integrate the cube of hyperbolic secant times hyperbolic tangent?
To integrate the cube of hyperbolic secant times hyperbolic tangent, use the substitution method and let u be equal to secant x. The resulting integral is 1/3 hyperbolic secant cubed x plus a constant.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The indefinite integral of hyperbolic cosine is hyperbolic sine, the opposite of its derivative.

The indefinite integral of hyperbolic secant is hyperbolic tangent.

The indefinite integral of hyperbolic cosecant squared is negative cotangent.

The indefinite integral of secant tan is negative secant.

The indefinite integral of hyperbolic cosecant cotangent is negative cosecant.