I am just having problems factoring the constants out of the integral:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

∫Fsinwt dt

where F and w are constants.

I can obviously take F right out of the integral but I forget how to take the w out of the sin, and I can't seem to find anywhere on the internet that will tell me how to do so.

If anyone could quickly help me that would be great. Thanks.

EDIT: If anyone could explain to me how to enter an integral like this into wolfram alpha so I can have steps that would be just as good.

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# Quick Problem with an integral

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