# Evaluate the following : ∫0π (sin-1x+cos-1x)3sin3x⋅dx - Mathematics and Statistics

Sum

Evaluate the following : int_0^pi  (sin^-1x + cos^-1x)^3 sin^3x*dx

#### Solution

Let I = int_0^pi  (sin^-1x + cos^-1x)^3 sin^3x*dx

We know that, sin–1x + cos–1x = pi/(2)
and
sin 3x = 3 sin x – 4 sin3x

∴ 4sin3x = 3 sin x – sin 3x

∴ sin3x = 3/4 sinx - 1/4 sin3x

∴ I = int_0^pi (pi/2)^3[3/4 sin x - 1/4 sin 3x]*dx

= pi^3/(8) xx 3/4 int_0^pi sin x*dx - pi^2/(8) xx 1/4 int_0^pi sin3x

= (3pi^3)/(32) [- cos pi - ( - cos 0)] - pi^3/(32)[- (cos 3pi)/(3) - ((- cos0)/3)]

= (3pi^3)/(32)[1 + 1] - pi^3/(32)[1/3 + 1/3]

= (6pi^3)/(32) - (2pi^3)/(96)

= (18pi^3 - 2pi^3)/(96)

= (16pi^3)/(96)

= pi^3/(6).

Concept: Fundamental Theorem of Integral Calculus
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Chapter 4: Definite Integration - Miscellaneous Exercise 4 [Page 176]

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Balbharati Mathematics and Statistics 2 (Arts and Science) 12th Standard HSC Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 4 Definite Integration
Miscellaneous Exercise 4 | Q 3.08 | Page 176
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