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  • 5 years ago

Integral of sin(x^2+3) ? Please help

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Wolframalpha refers to Freznel integrals in its answer. It is far from a simple solution, so are you sure you have the right function?

  2. anonymous
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    Not sure:/ My original function is: integral of (x*cos(y)*sin(x*x+3) dx dy boundaries [4,3]x[4,3]

  3. anonymous
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    Couldn't you just use the substitution \( u=x^{2}+3 \) for the x integration (that would also take care of the x in front of the coinse....). The y is only in the cosine so the y integration shouldn't be an issue.

  4. anonymous
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    Thank you, I got it

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