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solve for the integral....dx/xsqrt(9-4x^2)

solve for the integral.......cos(x)sqrt(1-cos(x)) in respects to x, lower bound is o and upper bound is pi/2

find the integral of (dx)/(x^7-x)

∫sin(x)cos(x) dx
1. substitution where u=sin(x)
2. substitution where u=cos(x)
3 .integration by parts
4. using the identity sin(2x)=2sin(x)cos(x)

I'm not asking what it does, and I'm not looking for "tan(angle)=opposite leg/adjacent leg". I'm asking what the actual function is. For instance, using degrees (not radians) tan(22.5)=20...

How to find integral of ∫73√x
is there a way you can explain

find the integral 1/ (x* e^x ) dx

Can you help me in calculating the integral>
I= dx/sinx(2+cosx-2sinx)
I could really use the help. Thanks to everyone!

Need help on ∫1/(1-Χ²) from -√2/2 to +√2/2

Find the improper integral of dx/x^5 from 1 to infinity. Answer: 1/4

Find ∫ (sin(6x))2(cos(6x))2 dx.

int {1/(x^2 Sqrt[1 - b^2/x^2 + (k/E) (exp[-2 a (x - c)] - 2 exp[-a (x - c)])])} dx
a,b,c,E,k are parameters

U Substitution
Written by tutor Michael B.
Introduction
By now, you have seen one or more of the basic rules of integration. These rules are so important and commonly used that many calculus books have these formulas listed on their inside front and/or back covers. Here are a few of them (you may not have learned
all of these yet):
These rules are so commonly published,...
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Properties of Integrals
Here is a list of properties that can be applied when finding the
integral of a function. These properties are mostly derived from the
Riemann Sum approach to integration.
Additive Properties
When integrating a function over two intervals where the upper bound of the first is the same as the first, the integrands can be combined. Integrands can also...
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Se^(3x)cos(2x)dx S=Integral

A problem I am dealing with is finding the Definite Integral, from 1 to 2, of (4x^3 – 3x^2) dx:
I understand that you integrate, Plug in upper limit then subtract lower limit. my answer comes...

Find a formula involving integrals for a particular solution of y'''-y"+y'-y=g(t).
Answer: Y(t)=(1/2)∫(from to to t) [e^(t-s)-sin(t-s)-cos(t-s)]g(s)ds