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Ch8_3_TrigIntegrals

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Trigonometric Integrals
Multivariable Calculus &
Single Variable Calculus Review
Chapter 8-Section 3
8.3: Trig Integrals
Solve trig integrals involving powers of sineand cosineSolve trigonometric integrals involving powers of secant and tangentTechniques for solving integrals of the form

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8.3: Trig Integrals
Remember the good ol’ Power RuleUse the following identities to transforminto forms for which we can use Power Rule

8.3 : Guidelines for EvaluatingIntegrals Involving Sine and Cosine
1.Power of sine is odd*, save 1 sine (for du) and convertremainder to cosine. Then expand and integrate.2.Power of cosine is odd*, save 1 cosine (for the du) andconvert remainder to sines. Then expand and integrate.3.Powers of both sine and cosine are even*, make repeateduse of identities to convert integrand to odd powers ocosine.
*and positive

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8.3: Trigonometric Integrals8.3: Homework Problem p540 #9
Example: Power of Sine = Odd and positive
Integral:
5 2
sin cos
xdx