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    Trigonometric Integration

    Hey guys, I hope I've posted this in the correct forums, I got stuck with this wile doing something a bit more complex and its driving me insane, How would you go about integrating "Sin (x + y) dy" and Sin (x + y) dx"
    Many thanks,
    Jake
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    haha, got it, sorry about wasting anyones time!
    ty all
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    Well, that makes sense as a double integral.
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