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Hi, I was trying this question from madas maths, but I'm not sure how to do it as whichever term I put as u and dv/dx, I always end up having to integrate something of the style e^x(trig(x))
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If you do integration by parts twice ...
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This integral is pretty interesting and classic. I'll start you off by letting I="the integral".
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This integral is pretty interesting and classic. I'll start you off by letting I="the integral".
As in letting 1 = dv/dx?
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If you do integration by parts twice ...
What should I put as u and dv/dx please?
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What should I put as u and dv/dx please?
One is the exponetial, the other is the trig term.
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As in letting 1 = dv/dx?
As mqb2766 suggests, one is the trig, the other is the exponential. It really doesn't matter either case.
Now if you let I="the integral", something interesting happens if you IBP twice. Try it!
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Do I use 1 as the integral both times round?

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As mqb2766 suggests, one is the trig, the other is the exponential. It really doesn't matter either case.
Now if you let I="the integral", something interesting happens if you IBP twice. Try it!
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In cases where you get back your intial integral just replace it with I, that way you can get rid of it since I would always be your initial integral
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Best to let the OP have time to work through their problems, as per the forum guidelines. Can you delete pls.
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I have attached a picture of a worked solution.
In cases where you get back your intial integral just replace it with I, that way you can get rid of it since I would always be your initial integral
Ohhh, thank you, that makes a lot of sense, thank you. I now understand what replacing the integral with I actually means aha
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Best to let the OP have time to work through their problems, as per the forum guidelines. Can you delete pls.
Aye aye
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