Work I have: But I don't know what to do from here since it is a sin(2t) in the original integral. Thanks in advance!
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Originally Posted by Em Yeu Anh Work I have: But I don't know what to do from here since it is a sin(2t) in the original integral. Thanks in advance! sin(2t) = 2sin(t)cos(t) do a substitution, u = cos(t), finish off with integration by parts
Originally Posted by Em Yeu Anh Work I have: But I don't know what to do from here since it is a sin(2t) in the original integral. Thanks in advance! then Set to get Now use integration by parts edit too slow
Originally Posted by Em Yeu Anh Work I have: But I don't know what to do from here since it is a sin(2t) in the original integral. Thanks in advance! . So . Now use integration by parts... so so . So .
Originally Posted by Em Yeu Anh Work I have: But I don't know what to do from here since it is a sin(2t) in the original integral. Thanks in advance! and so your equation now is: take the negative sign out of the integrand, and solve the integral using integration by parts: can you do it now?
Last edited by Creebe; Jan 17th 2010 at 07:56 PM.
Originally Posted by Em Yeu Anh Work I have: But I don't know what to do from here since it is a sin(2t) in the original integral. Thanks in advance! (integration by parts) . I think the answer is Tonio
Wow so many responses! =) Thanks to everyone for helping me out I solved it.
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