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**1. The problem is this:**

The antiderivative from 0 to 1 of (e^x)*sin(Nx)dx

The antiderivative from 0 to 1 of (e^x)*sin(Nx)dx

I tried integrating by parts several times and I'm just not sure if what I'm doing was correct. I keep hitting a dead end. I'm not sure if I'm supposed to IBP twice or substitute sin(Nx) for something else. Help please :) The rest of the questions rely on this answer so please and thank you for any assistance. O yea, and the answer has to have N in it. N is just a constant that can be replaced with any number. thanks again