integrate {x^13 * (sin (x^7) dx}

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integrate {x^13 * (sin (x^7) dx}

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Did you try integration by parts?
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Which one should be u and which one should be dv?

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Do something before by parts. Let u=x^7 => du = 7x^6 dx => x^6 dx = du/7 \[\int x^{13}sin (x^7) dx\]\[=\int x^{7}sin (x^7) (x^6dx)\]\[=\int usin (u) (\frac{du}{7})\]\[=\frac{1}{7}\int usin(u)du\]Then, use integration by parts.
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