How do you find the integral of #f(x)=e^(2x)sin3x# using integration by parts?
So, with integration by parts we state that:
Now let's plug this back into our original formula:
Let's simplify it a bit more:
We have to apply integration by parts yet again, using:
Ultimately giving us:
Now, if we isolate
I'm taking Calc 2 as well, so if anyone has a correction please don't hesitate! Also I'm running late for class so I kinda glossed over the last step, I can explain further if needed!