TangentCotangentIntegralCalculusGenerator

Designed to Help Students Practice Solving
Trigonometric Integrals 
Created by David Alderoty © 2011, email
David@TechForText.com 


Enter numbers for angles B and A in the white
boxes below, and then this software will generate twelve integrals for you
to solve, involving tangent and cotangent. It is best to
enter angles less than 90 degrees, but greater than 0 degrees.
If this is not done some of the integrals will not have calculated
results. 




You can enter the
angles, in either radians or degrees, but if you do not want to deal with
decimals enter the angles in degrees. If you want to enter
radians, use the white boxes on the left, but if you want to enter degrees
use the boxes on the right. When numbers are entered in
radians, this software was designed to calculate it in terms of a fraction
or multiple of PI. Examples are: if you enter 2, the software
calculates it as 2pi radians (=360°), if you enter 1 it is calculated as
1pi (=180°), if you enter 0.5 it is calculated as 0.5pi, (=90°) etc. 










Angle 
INPUT BOX FOR RADIANS, (in terms of a fraction
or multiple of pi ) 
THIS INPUT BOX IS FOR DEGREES ONLY 



B = 














Angle 
INPUT BOX FOR RADIANS, (in terms of a fraction
or multiple of pi ) 
THIS INPUT BOX IS FOR DEGREES ONLY 



A = 





























All the numbers that are calculated by
this software are automatically 


rounded to 

decimal places. You can change
this, by deleting 





number of decimal places you prefer, in
the same input box. 




































Problem 1 












































tan(Q)dQ = 































































Problem 2 












































cot(Q)dQ = 































































Problem 3 














































tan(Q)^{2}dQ = 


































































Problem 4 














































cot(Q)^{2}dQ= 

































































Problem 5 











































cot(Q)+tan(Q)dQ = 































































Problem 6 












































cot(Q)^{2}+tan(Q)^{2}dQ = 

































































Problem 7 












































cot(Q)^{3}+tan(Q)^{3}dQ =


































































Problem 8 













































tan(Q)cot(Q)dQ = 

































































Problem 9 












































tan(Q)^{3}dQ= 
































































Problem 10 












































cot(Q)^{3}dQ = 


































Z 





























Problem 11 














































tan(Q)^{4}dQ = 


































































Problem 12 












































cot(Q)^{4}dQ = 































