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Changing the limits of integration

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! SOLVED !

This isn't a homework problem, just an equation in my chapter. I don't see how the two integrals pointed to by the blue arrows become the integral pointed to by the red arrow. I know that if you swap the limits of integration, you change the sign of the integral. However, how do you change the -pi to pi in the second integral?

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hunt_mat
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Use the substitution u=-x
 
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Of course, thanks.
 

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