Given that u = Pi - x , prove that the integral from 0 to Pi of x*f(Sin(x)) dx is equal to (Pi/2) * the integral from 0 to Pi of f(Sin(x)) dx I took the derivative of U and got du =...
Given that u = Pi - x , prove that the integral from 0 to Pi of x*f(Sin(x)) dx is equal to (Pi/2) * the integral from 0 to Pi of f(Sin(x)) dx I took the derivative of U and got du =...
2cos2θ+sinθ=1
find the solutions of the equation in the interval [0, 2pi)
find solutions with trigonometric identities