1. anonymous

you can use the integration by parts here

2. anonymous

3. anonymous

f' = e^sinx g= sinx and continue :)

4. anonymous

you know the rule right?

5. anonymous

i forgot could you write

6. anonymous

$\int\limits_{}^{}f'gdx = fg -\int\limits_{}^{}fg'dx$ you can find f and g' from the given :) give it a try now ^_^

7. anonymous

i know but $\int\limits_{}^{}e ^{sinx}?$