int x^9*(sin(x^5))

Can someone please explain me how to do this integral?

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  2. t=x^5, dt=5x^4dx

    Int=1/5(sin(t)-t*sin(t))+C, t=x^5

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  3. Int=1/5(sin(t)-t*COS(t))+C

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