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Asked Oct 29, 2019
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Evaluate the indefinite integral
-10 sin (x) cos(x) dx
+C
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Evaluate the indefinite integral -10 sin (x) cos(x) dx +C

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Expert Answer

Step 1

Given:

/-10sin' (x)cos(x)de
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/-10sin' (x)cos(x)de

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Step 2

Take constant out:

10/sin' (x)cos (x)dx
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10/sin' (x)cos (x)dx

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Step 3

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