David J.

asked • 09/15/13

Evaluate the integral... Se^(3x)cos(2x)dx S=Integral

Se^(3x)cos(2x)dx  S=Integral

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Kirill Z. answered • 09/16/13

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James R.

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I do get the e^(3x)/13 in front but I have a much more simple expression in the brackets.
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09/16/13

Kirill Z.

I checked with Mathematica. My answer is correct. ;-)
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James R.

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After relooking at my method, it does simplify to the answer you give. It just gives the student two different methods for solving the same problem.
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James R. answered • 09/16/13

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