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James Creswell
12/02/12 10:55pm

If you include an arbitrary constant of integration, both answers are equivalent.

This is because csc^2(x) = cot^2(x) + 1.

From this identity, it is clear that we would expect csc^2(x) and cot^2(x) to have the same derivative.

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