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Techniques of Integration Trigonometric Integrals
The book gives lots of rules/strategies. Read them but do NOT memorize. Use logic instead, as done below! Recall the following natural pairings (in terms of derivatives): sin cos tan sec cot csc
Our old trustly friend, Cartesian coordinates, are handy when dealing with boxy objects.
Our new friend, polar coordinates, are handy when dealing with windy/circular objects.
In this handout, lets abbreviate:
Cartresian coordinates by C