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### Math 241 Review of integration topics from Calculus I

Course: MA 241, Spring 2011
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241 Math Review of integration topics from Calculus I Please try all of these and well go over them on Wednesday. U-substitution Example 1: Integrate # sin x 1 &quot; cos2 x dx ! Partial Fractions Example Integrate 11x 2: &quot; 15 dx 2 &quot; 3x # 4x ! Integration by parts Example 3: &quot;x 2 sin xdx ! Integration by trigonometric substitution Example 4: ! # 16 &quot; x 2 dx

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241 Math Review of integration topics from Calculus I Please try all of these and well go over them on Wednesday. U-substitution Example 1: Integrate # sin x 1 " cos2 x dx ! Partial Fractions Example Integrate 11x 2: " 15 dx 2 " 3x # 4x ! Integration by parts Example 3: "x 2 sin xdx ! Integration by trigonometric substitution Example 4: ! # 16 " x 2 dx
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