hey guys im trying to integrate sin^4(x) can someone check over this and tell me if its correct: = sin(4x)/32 - sin(2x)/4 + 3x/8 is that the correct answer for the integration of sin^4(x)
Last edited by quickzxxx; May 15th 2009 at 02:57 AM. Reason: pics didnt work
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Hello, Originally Posted by quickzxxx hey guys im trying to integrate sin^4(x) can someone check over this and tell me if its correct: = sin(4x)/32 - sin(2x)/4 + 3x/8 is that the correct answer for the integration of sin^4(x) your answer is correct (don't forget the integration constant !)
Last edited by mr fantastic; May 15th 2009 at 04:04 AM.
You don't have to use de Moivre's formula to solve this.
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