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Integration by parts help. (problem attached)

Mathematics
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You're doing it right.
I'll quickly write my full answer out

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Now if i integrate -xcosx+sinx, i will again get something for which i have to use the integration by parts formula. :S
What should be my next step?
Just wrote it out, uploading now
Thanks a lot.
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basically what you did, just complete
Wow. Your way is shorter! I wish i do these that way too! I just started this topic so probably I'll catch up. ;) So between second and 3rd last step, you used that int by parts formula again?
yeah, that's correct. yeah try getting into the habit of doing it like I did, since the further you get into mathematics, the time to do things in becomes crucial, so you want to be quick
True! Thanks alot. :)
it's a pleasure :)
If you don't mind me asking. Are you in a University? In what year of study do they teach you these topics?

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