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I need help on integration problems

∫cosθ sin θ dθ

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Use the substitution u=cosθ. Then cos4θ=u4 and du=-sinθ dθ and the integral becomes

∫cos4 θ sin θ dθ = -∫u4du = -1/5 u5 + C = -1/5 cos5 θ + C
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∫cosθ sin θ dθ
= ∫cosθ dcos θ , mental substitution
= (1/5)cos5 θ + C

Can you show me step-by-step how u did that?

dcos θ = sin θ dθ
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Question: solve the following integral
∫cos4 θ sin θ dθ.

You can do it by applying the integration by parts.

Let me recall the general formula for Integration by Part

∫u(x)v'(x)dx = u(x)v(x)- ∫u'(x)v(x)dx                  let u(x) be cos4θ and let v'(x) be sinθ

Solution:

∫cos4θ sinθ dθ =  cos4θ (-cosθ) - ∫(-4cos3θ sinθ)(-cosθ) dθ = -cos5θ -4∫cos4θ sinθ dθ

So on the right side we find the same integral we want solve.

We can rewrite only the first and the last part,

∫cos4θ sinθ dθ = -cos5θ -4∫cos4θ sinθ dθ,

now, like an equation, we move -4∫cos4θ sinθ dθ on the left side,

5∫cos4θ sinθ dθ = -cos5θ

and finally, dividing by 5, we have the solution

∫cos4θ sinθ dθ =(-cos5θ )/5 + C