$\displaystyle \int-(t+1)(sin(t^2/2))dt$

$\displaystyle -\int(t * sin(t^2/2) + sin(t^2/2))dt$

We've only learned "u" substitution so I can't integrate this one. Can anyone link me to a tutorial that would explain how to integrate the problems that can't be done with "u" substitution?

Or a process to work this one would even be appreciated.

Thanks for any help.