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Antiderivatives of an odd power of cos(x) are handled by rst splitting o one factor of cos(x), for example: cos5(x)dx = cos4(x) cos(x)dx. The remaining even power of cos(x) is expressed in terms of sin(x) using the identity sin2(x) + cos2(x) = 1, for example cos4(x) cos(x)dx = (cos2(x))2 cos(x)dx One now makes the substitution u = sin(x), du = cos(x)dx, to get (1 sin2(x))2 cos(x)dx = (1 u2)2du This is now straightforward to compute, = (1 2u2 + u4)du. = (1 sin2(x))2 cos(x)dx

(1 2u2 + u4)du = u (2/3)u3 + (1/5)u5 + c = sin(x) (2/3) sin3(x) + (1/5) sin5(x) + c. 1.2. Odd powers of sin(x). Odd powers of sin(x) are handled similarly for example: sin5(x)dx = sin4(x) sin(x)dx.

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After splitting o one factor of sin(x), express the remaining even power of sin(x) in terms of cos(x) by using the identity sin2(x) + cos2(x) = 1. In our example, sin4(x) sin(x)dx = (sin2(x))2 sin(x)dx = (1 cos2(x))2 sin(x)dx One now makes the substitution u = cos(x), du = sin(x)dx, to get (1 cos2(x))2 sin(x)dx = (1 u2)2 du = (1 2u2 + u4)du.

1.3. Even powers of sin(x) or cos(x). Even powers of sin(x) or cos(x) must be handled in a dierent way. One uses the identities 1 + cos(2x) 1 cos(2x) cos2(x) = and sin2(x) = . 2 2 Thus 2 1 + cos(2x) dx. cos4(x)dx = (cos2(x))2dx = 2 Expanding this gives (1/4)(1 + 2 cos(2x) + cos2(2x))dx = (1/4) 1 dx + (1/2) cos(2x) dx + (1/4) cos2(2x) dx. Note that this antidierntiation involves various powers of cos(2x). The rst two antiderivatives in the last line are elementary: (1/4) 1 dx = (1/4)x + c, (1/2) cos(2x) dx = (1/4) sin(2x) + c.

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The antiderivative (1/4) cos2(2x) dx has to be handled by repeating the procedure, (1/4) cos2(2x) dx = (1/4) 1 + cos(4x) dx 2 = (1/8) 1 dx + (1/8) cos(4x) dx = (1/8)x + (1/32) sin(4x) + c.

Adding up all the pieces, one gets cos4(x)dx = (1/4)x + (1/4) sin(2x) + (1/8)x + (1/32) sin(4x) + c = (3/8)x + (1/4) sin(2x) + (1/32) sin(4x) + c

2. Products of powers of sin(x) and cos(x) Products of powers of sin(x) and cos(x) can be handled by the same techniques. If either sin(x) or cos(x) appears with an odd exponent, the technique for odd powers can be used. If both appear with even exponents, the technique for even powers is used. Example 2.1. sin3(x) cos2(x) dx = sin2(x) cos2(x) sin(x) dx = (1 cos2(x)) cos2(x) sin(x) dx Now make the substitution u = cos(x), du = sin(x)dx

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(1 cos2(x)) cos2(x) sin(x) dx = (1 u2)u2du u5 u3 4 2 +c = u u du = 5 3 cos(x)5 cos(x)3 +c = 5 3 Example 2.2. sin2(x) cos2(x) dx = (1/4)(1 cos(2x))(1 + cos(2x)) dx Now repeat the trick = (1/4) (1 cos2(2x)) dx

(1/4) (1 cos2(2x)) dx = (1/4) 1 (1/2)(1 + cos(4x)) dx = (1/4) (1/2) (1/2) cos(4x) dx = (1/4)[(1/2)x (1/8) sin(4x)] + c = (1/8) (1/32) sin(4x) + c.

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