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## Homework Statement

Find the integral of:

## Homework Equations

x^2 . sinx dx (With upper and lower limits of pi and 0 respectively.)

## The Attempt at a Solution

Integrating for the first time:

-x^2 . cos x + 2 [integral of] x . cosx dx

After integrating a part of my first integration:

-x^2 . cosx + 2xsinx + 2cosx

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I used the method of integration by parts where u = x^2 and dv = sinx.

I don't really need the final answer, i just want to see where i am going wrong with the actual integration.

*Anything with trig in it seems to completely throw me :grumpy:*

Thanks.

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