# The integrals in Exercise are in no particular | Ch 8.1 - 10E

## Problem 10E Chapter 8.1

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Problem 10E

The integrals in Exercise are in no particular order. Evaluate each integral using any algebraic method or trigonometric identity you think is appropriate, and then use a substitution to reduce it to a standard form.

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Step 1</p>

Here, we have to find the integrals.

Step 2</p>

Consider the indefinite integral

Let us substitute .

Therefore we get the intervals as

Therefore we get the definite integral as

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