# Trigonometric Integration

## Reference > Calculus: Integration

 Description$$\int \sin{x} \, dx=-\cos{x}$$ $$\int \cos{x} \, dx=\sin{x}$$ $$\int \tan{x} \, dx=\ln{(\sec{x})}$$ $$\int \csc{x} \, dx=\ln{(\csc{x}-\cot{x})}$$ $$\int \sec{x} \, dx=\ln{(\sec{x}+\tan{x})}$$ $$\int \cot{x} \, dx=\ln{(\sin{x})}$$
 Examples$\int \sin{x} \, dx$1 Use Trigonometric Integration: the integral of $$\sin{x}$$ is $$-\cos{x}$$.$-\cos{x}$2 Add constant.$-\cos{x}+C$Done-cos(x)+C