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    The definite integral as an infinite series

    Integral( x * sin (x ^ 3 ) dx )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baph View Post
    Integral( x * sin (x ^ 3 ) dx )
    Given your post title "The definite integral as an infinite series" I'd advise that you start by substituting the Maclaurin Series for \sin (x^3) and integrate term-by-term.
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