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sorry, thought that was a comma

-cos(nx)/n

Most welcome aiesha

erkamath

Your solution really helped me

thankyou

When you apply u.v.w , it become complex

There is a short cut method also but for which in depth knowledge is required

Hello erkamath. May I ask you if you have a way to reach the answer if you had to operate 3 substitutions? I mean, could you break it down to eg ;u.v.w.  where each are a factor of the total amount/polynomial.

perhaps if as you suggest in rearrangement the answer will reach by performing w.u.v to rearrange as desired....

Your opinion would be appreciated,

M. Cover

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Hi aiesha 

Please reply if satisfied with my solution.


http://www.epcc.edu/OfficeofStudentSuccess/tutorialservices/tutorialsupportservicesMDP/Documents/Tri...

Everything for complicated calculus up to parameters etc and before iterative methods, and the foundation for the aforementioned also.

To mention, the obvious increasing order of co-efficient to sin, mapps somewhere to the decreasing coeff orders arranged in cos, where somewhere all the time in operation is the available substitution, sinx = 1-cosx.

You may also abbreviate the answer, iterating to ultimately...

1/4[cos6x/6-cos4x/4+cos2x/2)] + constant

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCUAerjff9c

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