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I am fine with getting the integrating factor, that bits the easy bit obviously.

But Basically my specific problem is when I try to integrate sin(x).cos(x).(e^cos(x))

I understand that I need to use substitution here, but I'm not sure how they have done it.

Why does the sin(x) suddenly disappear? Where did it go during the substitution?

Can someone please explain this for me? many thanks in advance.

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# Integration by Subtitution: sin(x).cos(x).(e^cos(x))

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