Help with this integral: integral of tcost - sin^2t + cost dt
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Mostly I just don't understand the tcos(t) part. How do you take the integral of that.. the rest I understand.
So that's: Try integration by parts for the first integral and a half-angle identity for the second. Parts:
Originally Posted by s7b Help with this integral: integral of tcost - sin^2t + cost dt The integral can be split into 3 separate integrals: The first integral is easily done by parts:
Originally Posted by s7b Mostly I just don't understand the tcos(t) part. How do you take the integral of that.. the rest I understand. Integrate by parts and don't forget that the formula is
integrate tcos(t) by parts---do you know the integration by parts formula? If not use a table of integrals the integral is tsin(t) + cos(t)
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