Integrate (cos 3x $\displaystyle \sqrt_(sin3x)$) dx
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Pretty standard: let u= sin(3x).
Sorry but can you further explain? I don't really get you...
Originally Posted by txh26 Sorry but can you further explain? I don't really get you... Halls is referring to the method of integration by substitution ... you should be familiar with the method if you were given this particlar problem.
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