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put u=t/2
du=1/2 dt
the integral becomes
integral 2 sin u 1/2 du = integral sin u du

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\[\int\limits_{} 2\sin(t/2) dt\]?

yes

I just solved, and it is -4cos(t/2)+c. But I used u substitution.

Where did 4 come from ?

ya u r right ..sorry for that

ok :)