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Which of the following is a step in evaluating
ç(integer sign) cos^2 5x dx
A.ç(integer sign) 1 + cos 10x / 2 dx
B.ç(integer sign) 1 - cos 10x / 2 dx
C.ç(integer sign) 1 + cos 10x / 20 dx
D.ç(integer sign) 1 - cos 10x / 20 dx

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    ∫(1 + cos(10x))/2 dx


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