Whimsical
  • Whimsical
how do you integrate (sin(x))^2 without using the trigo identity cos(2x)=1-2(sin(x))^2
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anonymous
  • anonymous
can we there use anyother trigo identity
Whimsical
  • Whimsical
erm... u cant use any trigo identity or integrating it by parts
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah integraion by parts give our result

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Maybe U-substitution for this one?
Whimsical
  • Whimsical
is it impossible to integrate this without using trigo identity or intergration by parts? can we use chain rule and integrate it into \[-1/3\cos^3(x)\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://youtu.be/qclrs-1rpKI?t=3m32s
Whimsical
  • Whimsical
ok i understand now thankyou
anonymous
  • anonymous
You can also use the good ol' table of integrals but I'm sure your teacher doesn't want that. http://integral-table.com/integral-table.html#SECTION00007000000000000000

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