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eddysd

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ʃʃ cos(x+y)dxdy with upper limits of pi/2 and lower limits of 0 for both integrals

My answer came out as 0.

Can anyone confirm this?

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eddysd

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ʃʃ cos(x+y)dxdy with upper limits of pi/2 and lower limits of 0 for both integrals

My answer came out as 0.

Can anyone confirm this?

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Mark44

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ʃʃ cos(x+y)dxdy with upper limits of pi/2 and lower limits of 0 for both integrals

My answer came out as 0.

Can anyone confirm this?

That's what I get.

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eddysd

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cos(x+y)=cos(x)cos(y)-sin(x)sin(y)

Is there another way of doing it?

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Mark44

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Finally, integrate cos(y) - sin(y) with respect to y, and evaluate the antiderivative at pi/2 and 0.

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