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Why is completing the square useful when you are considering integration by trigonometric substitution?

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1 of 2$\textbf{Completing square}$ is useful with trigonometric identites because it usually gives one function which can be easily integrated, yet addes constant does not affect $dx$ part of the integral ...

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