## anonymous 4 years ago what is the integral of 0 to pi of cos(x+pi)dx

1. anonymous

is equal to$-\int\limits_{0}^{\pi}\cos x dx$

2. anonymous

0

3. ash2326

$\int_{0}^{\pi} cos (x+\pi) dx$ integration of cos x= sin x so we get $sin(x+\pi)$ $sin(2\pi)-sin(\pi)$ so $0-0$ 0