Hey all, my integration is a bit rusty so I'm having trouble with integrating a function thats something like:

sin(yx)sin(zx)dx

How would I go about a problem like that?

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- Jun 24th 2010, 02:40 PMblorpinblooIntegral containing two separate sin functions
Hey all, my integration is a bit rusty so I'm having trouble with integrating a function thats something like:

sin(yx)sin(zx)dx

How would I go about a problem like that? - Jun 24th 2010, 04:13 PMAlso sprach Zarathustra
- Jun 24th 2010, 04:55 PMProve It
- Jun 24th 2010, 05:54 PMslider142
Assuming y and z are not functions of x, the integral is independent of these variables and y and z may be treated as constants. Then integration by parts (applied twice to get a multiple of the original integrand) makes short work of this integral.

Otherwise, you need to know those functions of x.