By finding a reduction formula for , evaluate the integral. can someone show me how to do this? I don't need help with the evaluation, but I don't know how to find the reduction formula. Full working out, please Thanks in advance
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Originally Posted by differentiate By finding a reduction formula for , evaluate the integral. can someone show me how to do this? I don't need help with the evaluation, but I don't know how to find the reduction formula. Full working out, please Thanks in advance There are actually two ways to proceed. Since (sin x)'= cos x, you can take so that and so that, with y= sin x, and Then Or, since (cos x)'= -sin x, you can take so that and so that . Then .
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