Could someone please explain how to integrate:
∫ x sin2(x) cos2(x2) dx
Using trigonometric integration?
Thanks in advance!
Perhaps you are referring to trigonometric substitution? I can assure you though that the integral you posted is considerably difficult, much more advanced than Calculus 2. Don't forget that even an extra or missing x can complicate an expression unimaginably, maybe you missed one?
"Trigonometric integration" simply refers to the integration of trigonometric functions, NOT a METHOD of integration, which is what you were asking for.