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    Trigonometric Integrals

    Hello! I've stumbled upon another proof problem that I need help with

    Show that for n is greater than or equal to 2,

    pi/2 pi/2
    (integral) sin^(n) x dx = (n-1)/n (integral) sin^(n-2) x dx
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    Quote Originally Posted by wyhwang7 View Post
    Hello! I've stumbled upon another proof problem that I need help with

    Show that for n is greater than or equal to 2,

    pi/2 pi/2
    (integral) sin^(n) x dx = (n-1)/n (integral) sin^(n-2) x dx
    0 0

    Thanks!
    Produce the same method as here : http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...tml#post270007
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