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Hi all,
Got the good old exam tomorrow and I'm running through past papers. These two questions are giving me a few problems and unfortunately being multiple choice I don't have worked examples.
Methods we've learnt basically sum up into substitution, partial fractions, t-substitution, integration by parts. If you could solve the problems using these methods it would be greatly appreciated.
Here are the two.
Thanks for your help guys.
integrate sin(x)^2 *cos(3x) - Wolfram|Alpha
wolframalpha will integrate for you and then you can click show steps in the right corner, and it will give you a step by step runthrough of how it got the answer