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HOw do you integrate sin(x)^10?

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HOw do you integrate sin(x)^10?

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How would you do it by parts?

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Let [tex]u= \sin^{n-1} x, dv = \sin x dx[/tex]

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So, there isn't a more elegant solution?

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Even quicker is if you don't care about expressing the answer in terms of the complex exponential, then you could have just integrated the expanded polynomial term by term.

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