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Homework Help: calculus

Posted by Tracy on Saturday, November 19, 2011 at 10:10pm.

Evaluate the integral of

(x)cos(3x)dx

A. (1/6)(x^2)(sin)(3x)+C

B. (1/3)(x)(sin)(3x)-(1/3)(sin)(3x)+C

C. (1/3)(x)(sin)(3x)+(1/9)(cos)(3x)+C

D. (1/2)(x^2)+(1/18)(sin)^2(3x)+C

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