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what is the integral of (e^(-x)sin(x)) with limits 2 and 1

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

let the integral be denoted as I

i used integration by parts twice and i got that:

I=[-e^(-x)(sin(x))] + [e^(-x)(sin(x))] + I

i'm stuck now and dont know what to do, can someone help me please.

thank you very much

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# Homework Help: Integration problem help

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