I had this question on my final Calculus 2 exam. I...

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  1. giulia rodrigues
    giulia rodrigues
    substituting x = t2

    we get dx = 2tdt

    now our integral becomes ? 2t cos2t dt = ?t(1+cos2t)dt = ? (t +t cos2t)dt

    now integrating using byparts i.e.

          t2/2 +   t?cos2tdt -   

    =

  2. ariana edwards
    ariana edwards
    Question:
    I had this question on my final Calculus 2 exam. I am notquite sure if I this is the right answer :
    My Answer :
    YOU WANT ONLY THE CORRECT ANSWER??
    CORRECT ANSWER IS
    [(X/2)]+[{(?X)*SIN(2?X)}/2]+[{COS(2?X)}/4] +K
    +K

    YOU CAN DIFFERENTIATE AND CHECK

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