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Integration using Identities

when `f(x) = Pi_(i=1)^n g_i(x)`, use identities to convert to `f(x) = sum_(i=1)^m h_i(x)`, such that integration can be individually performed on `h_i(x)`.

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When the integrand is product of several functions, convert that to sum of functions using known identities.

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Consider the integration `int (x+2)(x+3) dx`. Which of the following would help in working out the integral?

- use an identity to convert the multiplication to a sum of terms
- a polynomial in factors form cannot be integrated

The answer is "use an identity to convert the multiplication to a sum of terms"

`int (x+2)(x+3) dx`.*use the identity `(x+a)(x+b) ``= x^2+(a+b)x+ab`*

`=int [x^2 + (2+3)x + 2xx3 ]dx`

This integral can be computed for each of the terms.

Consider the integration `int cos^2 x dx`. Which of the following would help in working out the integral?

- use a trigonometric identity to convert `cos^2 x` into sum of terms
- only numerical integration is possible

The answer is "use a trigonometric identity to convert `cos^2 x` into sum of terms "

We know the trigonometric identity `cos2x = cos^2 x - sin^2 x`

substitute `sin^2 x = 1-cos^2x` and rearrange the terms

`cos^2 x = (1+cos2x)/2`

`int cos^2 x dx`

`=int [1/2 + (cos2x)/2 ]dx `

This integral can be computed for each of the terms.

Some trigonometric identities useful for integration are

`2sinxcosy ``= sin(x+y)+sin(x-y)`

`2sinxcosx ``= sin(x+y)`

`2cosxcosy ``= cos(x-y)+cos(x+y)`

`2cos^2x ``= 1+cos(2x)`

`4cos^3x ``= 3cosx + cos3x`

`2sinxsiny ``= cos(x-y)-cos(x+y)`

`2sin^2x ``= 1-cos(2x)`

`sin^3x ``= 3sinx - sin3x`

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**Integration using Identities: **when `f(x) = Pi_(i=1)^n g_i(x)` Use identities to convert to `f(x) = sum_(i=1)^m h_i(x)`, such that integration can be individually performed on `h_i(x)`.

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Integrate `int cos^2 x dx + int sin^2 x dx`.

- use the identity `cos^2x + sin^2 x = 1`
- cannot use the identity `cos^2x + sin^2 x = 1`

The answer is "use the identity `cos^2x + sin^2 x = 1`"

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Consider the integration, integral x + 2 multiplied x + 3 d x. Which of the following would help in working out the integral.

use;identity;convert;multiplication

use an identity to convert the multiplication to a sum of terms

polynomial;factors;form;not;

a polynomial in factors form cannot be integrated

The answer is "use an identity to convert the multiplication to a sum of terms"

Integration is worked out as given.

Consider the integration: integral cos squared x dx. Which of the following would help in working out the integral.

use;trigonometric;identity;convert

use a trigonometric identity to convert cos squared x into sum of terms

only;numerical;possible

only numerical integration is possible

The answer is "use a trigonometric identity to convert cos squared x into sum of terms"

We know the trigonometric identity cos 2 x = cos squared x minus sine squared x. The integration is worked out using that.

Some trigonometric identities useful for integration are given.

Simplified nub: When the integrand is product of several functions, convert that to sum of functions using known identities.

Reference Jogger: Integration using Identities is summarized.

Integrate the given expression.

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The answer is "use the identity cos squared x + sin squared x = 1"