:/ I could do it if it were a number for n. I could probably write an algorithm for it if I knew whether it were even or odd, but I don't know how I'm supposed to approach it.
If it is even you rewrite it as and keep decomposing it using trig identities...this is one where you cant get a definite answer youll get part of an answer followed by another indefinite integral...if I am not mistaken
If it is even you rewrite it as and keep decomposing it using trig identities...this is one where you cant get a definite answer youll get part of an answer followed by another indefinite integral...if I am not mistaken
But I don't know the value of n, I don't know if it is even or odd.
:/ I could do it if it were a number for n. I could probably write an algorithm for it if I knew whether it were even or odd, but I don't know how I'm supposed to approach it.
try by parts. you should be able to discern a pattern after doing it two or three times
since sin(x)≡ woulding or
be the same as which is equal to so = which is equal to =
Wow, thank you for putting all that time and effort in. Unfortunately that is a bit beyond what I have learned, I did not know sin was equal to that sum.
Wouldn't surprise me if we learn that soon, though, we are into sequences and series' now.