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A special rule, integration by parts, is available for integrating products of two functions. This

unit derives and illustrates this rule with a number of examples.

In order to master the techniques explained here it is vital that you undertake plenty of practice

exercises so that they become second nature.

After reading this text, and/or viewing the video tutorial on this topic, you should be able to:

state the formula for integration by parts

integrate products of functions using integration by parts

Contents

1. Introduction

Z

Z

du

dv

u dx = u v v dx

dx

dx

3. Using the formula for integration by parts

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1. Introduction

Functions often arise as products of other functions, and we may be required to integrate these

products. For example, we may be asked to determine

Z

x cos x dx .

Here, the integrand is the product of the functions x and cos x. A rule exists for integrating

products of functions and in the following section we will derive it.

We already know how to differentiate a product: if

y = uv

then

dy

d(uv)

dv

du

=

=u

+v

.

dx

dx

dx

dx

u

d(uv)

du

dv

=

v

.

dx

dx

dx

Z

dv

u dx =

dx

d(uv)

dx

dx

du

dx .

dx

The first term on the right simplifies since we are simply integrating what has been differentiated.

Z

Z

dv

du

u dx = u v v dx .

dx

dx

This is the formula known as integration by parts.

Key Point

Integration by parts

Z

dv

u dx = u v

dx

du

dx

dx

The formula replaces one integral (that on the left) with another (that on the right); the intention

is that the one on the right is a simpler integral to evaluate, as we shall see in the following

examples.

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Example

Z

Find

x cos x dx.

Solution

Here, we are trying to integrate the product of the functions x and cos x. To use the integration

dv

and the other be u. Notice from the formula that

by parts formula we let one of the terms be

dx

du

whichever term we let equal u we need to differentiate it in order to find

. So in this case, if

dx

du

= 1, simply a constant. Notice that

we let u equal x, when we differentiate it we will find

dx

the formula replaces one integral, the one on the left, by another, the one on the right. Careful

choice of u will produce an integral which is less complicated than the original.

Choose

dv

u=x

and

= cos x .

dx

With this choice, by differentiating we obtain

du

= 1.

dx

Also from

dv

= cos x, by integrating we find

dx

Z

v = cos x dx = sin x .

(At this stage do not concern yourself with the constant of integration). Then use the formula

Z

Z

dv

u dx = u v

dx

x cos x dx = x sin x

du

dx :

dx

(sin x) 1 dx

= x sin x + cos x + c

where c is the constant of integration.

In the next Example we will see that it is sometimes necessary to apply the formula for integration

by parts more than once.

Example

Z

Find

x2 e3x dx.

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Solution

dv

.

We have to make a choice and let one of the functions in the product equal u and one equal

dx

As a general rule we let u be the function which will become simpler when we differentiate it. In

this case it makes sense to let

u = x2

dv

= e3x .

dx

and

Then

du

= 2x

dx

and

v=

1

e3x dx = e3x .

3

Z

Z

1 3x 2

1 3x

e x

e 2x dx

x e dx =

3

3

Z

2 3x

1 2 3x

xe

xe dx .

=

3

3

2 3x

The resulting integral is still a product. It is a product of the functions 32 x and e3x . We can use

the formula again. This time we choose

2

u= x

3

and

dv

= e3x .

dx

Then

du

2

=

dx

3

and

v=

1

e3x dx = e3x .

3

So

Z

Z

2 3x

1 2 3x

xe

xe dx

x e dx =

3

3

Z

1 2 3x

2 1 3x

1 3x 2

=

xe

x e

e dx

3

3 3

3

3

1 2 3x 2 3x

2 3x

=

x e xe + e + c

3

9

27

2 3x

where c is the constant of integration. So we have done integration by parts twice to arrive at

our final answer.

dv

.

Remember that to apply the formula you have to be able to integrate the function you call

dx

This can cause problems consider the next Example.

Example

Find

x ln |x| dx.

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Solution

Remember the formula:

dv

u dx = u v

dx

du

dx .

dx

du

= 1. However

It would be natural to choose u = x so that when we differentiate it we get

dx

dv

this choice would mean choosing

= ln |x| and we would need to be able to integrate this.

dx

This integral is not a known standard form. So, in this Example we will choose

from which

du

1

=

dx

x

dv

=x

dx

and

u = ln |x|

and

v=

x2

x dx =

.

2

Z

Z 2

x 1

x2

ln |x|

dx

x ln |x| dx =

2

2 x

Z

x2

x

=

ln |x|

dx

2

2

x2

x2

=

ln |x|

+c

2

4

Example

Z

Find

ln |x|dx.

Solution

We can use the formula for integration by parts to find this integral if we note that we can write

ln |x| as 1 ln |x|, a product. We choose

dv

=1

dx

so that

v=

and

u = ln |x|

du

1

= .

dx

x

and

1 dx = x

Then,

Z

1 ln |x|dx = x ln |x|

1

x dx

x

= x ln |x|

1 dx

= x ln |x| x + c

where c is a constant of integration.

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Example

Z

Find

ex sin x dx.

Solution

dv

it may not appear that integration by parts is going

Whichever terms we choose for u and

dx

to produce a simpler integral. Nevertheless, let us make a choice:

dv

= sin x

dx

so that

v=

u = ex

and

sin x dx = cos x

and

du

= ex .

dx

cos x ex dx

ex cos xdx .

Then,

Z

e sin x dx = e cos x

x

= cos x e +

We now integrate by parts again choosing

dv

= cos x

dx

so that

v=

u = ex

and

and

cos x dx = sin x

du

= ex .

dx

So

Z

sin x e dx

Z

x

x

= e cos x + e sin x ex sin xdx .

Z ended up with is exactly the same as the one we started with.

Let us call this I. That is I = ex sin x dx.

So

I = ex sin x ex cos x I

from which

2I = ex sin x ex cos x

and

I=

So

1 x

(e sin x ex cos x) .

2

ex sin x dx =

1 x

(e sin x ex cos x) + c

2

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Exercises

1. Evaluate the following

Z

(a)

x sin x dx (b)

Z

(e)

2x2 ex dx

(f)

Z

(i)

ex cos x dx (j)

integrals:

Z

Z

Z

x

x cos 4x dx (c)

xe dx

(d)

x2 cos x dx

Z

Z

Z

2

1

x ln |x| dx (g)

tan x dx (h)

sin1 x dx

Z

sin3 x dx

(Hint: write sin3 x as sin2 x sin x.)

Z

Z 1

Z

2 x

1

(a)

x cos 2 x dx (b)

x e dx (c)

0

(e)

2

3

x ln |x| dx (d)

/4

x2 sin 2x dx

x tan1 x dx

Answers

1.

(a)

1

x sin 4x

4

1

16

x cos x + sin x + C

(b)

(c)

xex ex + C

(e)

(f)

1 3

x

3

(j)

(g) x tan1 x 21 ln |1 + x2 | + C

(i)

1 x

e (cos x

2

+ sin x) + C

cos 4x + C

ln |x| 91 x3 + C

(h) x sin1 x + 1 x2 + C

2.

(a) 2 4

(b) e 2 (c)

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4 ln 2

15

16

(d)

8 4

(e)

4 2

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