7.1 Integration by Parts

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Product Rule Rearrange and Integrate with respect to x. Integration by Parts Formula ( 29 , d dv du u v u v dx dx dx = + ( 29 , dv d du u dx u v dx v dx dx dx dx = - ÷ ÷ ÷ du uv v dx dx = - ÷ u dv uv v du = -
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LIPET (What to choose for u) Logarithm Inverse Trig. Function Polynomial Exponential Trigonometric Function In general, you want u to be something that simplifies when differentiated, and dv to be something that remains manageable when
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Unformatted text preview: integrated. Tabular Integration If u can be differentiated repeatedly to become zero (ex. polynomial) and dv can be integrated repeatedly without difficulty, then tabular integration can save a lot of time and effort. Joke Time What did the Atlantic Ocean say to the Pacific Ocean? Nothing, they just waved! What goes dash-dot-dot-croak, dash-dot-dot-croak? Morse Toad...
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