Hello. I need help in finding of the indefinite integral of
from 0 to p/2.
I've started from reducing squares by . the same with cos
And then I used universal trigonometric substituon. And I got 3 integrals, two of those are really difficult to solve.
Am I on a right way? Is there any easier way? Because I don't know how to find 1 integral I've got.
Buddy as Krizalid mentioned whenever you see a integral, dont jump in to find the anti derivative. At this level we can say that not all functions have indefinite anti derivatives.
A very simple looking example would be e to the power .
Try ti integrate this simle function and you will get the point.