Please!! I have to solve this for my test on Monday.
I am desperate. Please solve it step by step. Many thanks.
1. integrate x cos^2 xdx =
2. lim (1/sinx - 1/x)
(x->0)
*sigh* if you don't get the examples in your text, i doubt seeing a full solution here will help. there are bigger underlying problems that you need to fix, that you won't find unless you try them yourself.i immediately saw two ways to do this, there are others, but the easier way i saw was this:
....(half angle formula)
now, the first integral is easy, for the second one, use integration by parts, with and in the formula
So,
combine the fractions to get2. lim (1/sinx - 1/x)
(x->0)
(Applied L'Hopital's rule)
(applied L'Hopital's again)