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Oh I see, I got

∫(e^xcosx dx)=(e^xsinx+e^xcosx)/2

But how did I get :

∫(e^xcosx dx)=e^xsinx+e^xcosx-∫(e^xcosx dx) (in the third step)

and

∫(e^xcosx dx)=∫(e^xcosx dx) (in the last step)

The two are not the same thing?

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Oh I see, I got

∫(e^xcosx dx)=(e^xsinx+e^xcosx)/2

But how did I get :

∫(e^xcosx dx)=e^xsinx+e^xcosx-∫(e^xcosx dx) (in the third step)

and

∫(e^xcosx dx)=∫(e^xcosx dx) (in the last step)

The two are not the same thing?

Both of those statements are true. The first one tells you something useful. The second one is also true. But it doesn't tell you anything useful. They don't conflict with each other.

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By substituting e^(ix) in and then taking the real part at the end.

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