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from a = (-pi/2) to (pi/2) f(((x^2)(sinx))/(1+x^6))dx

this is the way it seems most logic to me to set it up using substitution:

u = x

du = dx

from a = (-pi/2) to (pi/2) f(((u^2)(sinu))/(1+u^6))du

= (((-cos(u))(1/3u^3))/(u+1/7u^7))+C

I know how to evaluate it from here, I just need some feedback on my substitution setup.

Thanks in advance.

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# Homework Help: Evaluate the definite integral

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