Integrate 3 sin x I know sin x would be - cos x maybe this is not so hard.... chain rule - cos (x); x would just = 1 but it turned into a three. So is the answer - cos (3x)?

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Integrate 3 sin x I know sin x would be - cos x maybe this is not so hard.... chain rule - cos (x); x would just = 1 but it turned into a three. So is the answer - cos (3x)?

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i think -3cosx
why don't I have to integrate the 3 somehow? it remains unchanged? why wouldn't it at least get an x???
+C where C is a constant gj ram

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its a constant just bring it down and integrate sinx
how would you take derivative of -3cosx wouldn't you just bring the constant down and take derivative of cosx
because it's a constant. similar to differentiation
that dang +c I actually write it out at the end of the problem and circle it before I even start. So the smart monkey would kick the 3 outside the integration symbol before even starting?

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