o.k. intellectuals please sole for me the integral sin x^3 . cos x^3dx I know when both exp are odd ou can use either sub or convert method for smaller exp is easier I quess

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o.k. intellectuals please sole for me the integral sin x^3 . cos x^3dx I know when both exp are odd ou can use either sub or convert method for smaller exp is easier I quess

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this is a little crazy lol. hold on. thinking.
ok well we can write it in this form. you can simplify the sin(x^3)cos(x^3) --> 0.5sin(2x^3)
that's right, as 2 sinx cosx = sin(2x)

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now i m thinking what's the best way to get the integral
the answer is 1/6sin (x)^2 cos (x)^4 - 1/12 cos (x0^4
I don't know hoa to derive at that answer with the same exponents
use substitution method from here. so you can do u = 2x^3 so du/dx = 6x^2 so you will get integrate (1/6x^2)sin(u) du and then from here we can write 6x^2 as some function of u itself. so like if u = 2x^3 and somethin along those lines
Try Wolfram Alpha (wolframalpha.com)
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=integral%20sin%28x%29^3*cos%28x%29^3

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