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For the second integral, we complete the sqaure, make a shift , and use the trigonometric
substitution . We have , and we use the identity .
Since we have an even power of sine and cosine, we try to use the double angle formula,
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To return to our original variable , we need to construct the triangle deﬁned by We see that so that
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Then
We have
where is a constant. E XAMPLE 7. Calculate
S OLUTION. By inspection or using the substitution , we get
Wait! The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus only gives this relationship between integrals and derivatives
if the integrand is continuous on the closed interval , which is not true here. This is a trick question:
we must use the deﬁnition of improper integrals to attempt this problem, which is coming up next. E XERCISE 1. Calculate ...
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 Winter '07
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