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find the integral of(sin x¹°°cos x??) and interval is (0,x)

find the integral of(sin x¹°°cos x??) and interval is (0,x)

Grade:12

2 Answers

Ajay Verma
askIITians Faculty 33 Points
7 years ago

I = S (sin100xcos x ).dx here S = integration symbol

substituting sinx = t
then cos x dx = dt

I = S t100.dt

I = (t101/ 101) + k k- constant
= (sin101x)/101 + k




Thanks and Regards,
Ajay verma,
askIITians faculty,
IIT HYDERABAD


kenadi kumar
35 Points
7 years ago
sin

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