Integral of Cosine

Posted: February 27, 2018 in Area, Calculus: An Introduction, Integral Calculus, Integration of Cosine
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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)

Cos(x) integral

Integral of cos(3x)

Cos(3x) integral

Integral of cos(5x)

Cos(5x) integral

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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