Integration of trigonometric functions by substitution with limits

In this tutorial you are shown how to handle integration by substitution when limits are involved. You are shown how the limits are changed using the following trigonometric example.

Example:

  1. \displaystyle\int^{\textstyle{\pi  \over 6}}_0 \sin x\ {\cos}^3 x\ dx \text{\ \ \ \ \ \ let } u= \sin x




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