Find the integral.
im sure u = x^5 and v'= cos(x^3) but not sure where to go from there
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Originally Posted by gabet16941 Find the integral.
im sure u = x^5 and v'= cos(x^3) but not sure where to go from there well, from there you would do the integration by parts method, but as it stands, you'd have to do it 5 times!
a preliminary substitution makes the problem easier:
So our integral becomes
which is a relatively easy integration by parts problem
I'm sure . . . . but you can't integrate Break it up like this: . .
Then we have: . . . . . . . . . .
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