Integrating trig function Watch
- Thread Starter
- 04-10-2016 21:41
- 04-10-2016 21:48
if you differentiate the RHS you should get the LHS under the integral
... you should also have +c on the RHS*
(Original post by dyuunn)
- 06-10-2016 16:28
Hey guys, is it possible to do
This is from a reduction formula question, but I was wondering if the above is correct, as I thought it was a reverse chain rule. Thanks!
Edit: to be clear, you can't do this using a reverse chain rule (you may use it during the reduction formula approach, but it's a different order of complexity).Last edited by DFranklin; 06-10-2016 at 16:29.