HELLO, I d be grateful to anyone who solves the following, as I have been trying for ages but it is not working. Q/ solve by finding appropriate substitution and then integrate by parts: integral of cos(sqrt x). Thanks.
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Originally Posted by fadeer HELLO, I d be grateful to anyone who solves the following, as I have been trying for ages but it is not working. Q/ solve by finding appropriate substitution and then integrate by parts: integral of cos(sqrt x). Thanks. What is wrong with , then integrate by parts CB
I am sorry but could you make it a little clearer. Thanks.
Originally Posted by fadeer I am sorry but could you make it a little clearer. Thanks. If we have: and now you use integration by parts. (If you need more help WolframAlpha will give you a step by step explanation of the complete process) CB
Thanks a lot bro, No need bcz I know to complete it. I was stuck with the substitution part. I appreciate ur help.
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