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Asked Apr 18, 2019

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Evaluate the following integral

sin^2(x)cos(x)dx

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Step 1

To calculate the integral of function **sin ^{2}(x)cos(x)**. Now, integrate the provided function by using the substitution method of integration.

Step 2

Consider the provided function **sin ^{2}(x)cos(x)**.

Step 3

Substitute **cos(x)dx=dt** in the provided functi...

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