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    Method of Substitution

    Hi in class today we barly got started on the lesson of Substition to find indefinite integral. We really go throw it that much so I have no idea how to start the problem.

    Use the method of substitution to find the following indefinite integral:



    Answer: _____________
    All I know is that you substitute

    u=sin
    du=cos d

    never mind someone already ask this question
    Last edited by killasnake; December 1st 2006 at 06:51 PM. Reason: SOmeone asked already
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    Hope this is helpful
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    I just looked at my post and realized that if I was just learning this I would be more confused.

    So here is a little more
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