∫sin^3(x)cos^2(x)dx. I know you have to use the sin rule where you can change the sin into a 1-cos. I'm not sure how to utilize that. I've done u substitution where u=cos(x) and du=sin(x) but that's as far as I got before I was stuck. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by jelloish ∫sin^3(x)cos^2(x)dx. I know you have to use the sin rule where you can change the sin into a 1-cos. I'm not sure how to utilize that. I've done u substitution where u=cos(x) and du=sin(x) but that's as far as I got before I was stuck. Thanks!
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