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Calculus: Integrate without Taylor Series

Need help to integrate (3-cos(x))^(-1/2) without using Taylor Series.

In other words, integrate 1/SQRT(3-cos(x)) without Taylor series.
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pzozulkaAuthor Commented:
This is using Taylor's Series
No, it is using elliptic integrals
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