# Please help with Calc!

Evaluate the indefinite integral.

integral 2e^(2x)sin(e^2x)

Note: Use an upper-case "C" for the constant of integration.

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asked by Josh
1. first, let
u = e^(2x)
du = 2e^(2x) dx

∫2e^(2x)sin(e^(2x))dx
= ∫sin(u) du

I guess you can probably take it from there, no?

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