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stuck at this part in trig substitution

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am i missing something simple here?

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for sin^2 and cos^2 .... use integration by parts u = cos dv = cos du = -sin v = sin you will have to repeat it again
ah of course the infamous half aangles
haha or that
yea i knew there was a way to do this simper then the u substitution but douldnt figure out what it was
sorry i learned it the hard way and it always stuck with me
its all good but its better in life to take easier route :P
when you can of course
ty again guys
wait a second i thought about it you cant use the u substitution
you only have the 1 trig ffunction at one time so you could have only done that
half angle formula
correct , "u-substitution won't work" i used "integration by parts"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integration_by_parts
ah i see i zoned out the dv part yep it would work
and i did integration by parts like 1 week ago
oh ok

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