I’ve had some time on my hands with bus cancellations lately so I decided to fool around with this again (after a 2 year break). Feel free to post comments (both supportive and nasty); I will approve them all.

**Integral of cos(x)**

**Integral of cos(3x)**

**Integral of cos(5x)**

Click on Integral of Cos(px) to further explore this procedure and solidify your understanding of this concept as “p” changes.

Thanks for reading.

References

Courant, Richard., John, Fritz (1999). * Introduction to Calculus and Analytics: Classics of Mathematics.* New York, NY: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

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That’s some basic ass Math site.

Yup, intro for high school