Integration by Substitution

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Integration by Substitution

AP Calculus

Mrs.

Mongold

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Antidifferentiation of a Composite Function

Let

g

be a function whose range is an interval I, and let f be a function that is continuous on I. If g is differentiable on its domain and F is an antiderivative of f on I, then If u = g(x), then du= g’(x)dx and

 

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Exploration

Recognizing Patterns

The integrand in each of the following integrals fits the pattern

f(g(x)g’(x). Identify the pattern and use the result to evaluate the integral.A)The next three integrals are similar to the first three. Show how you can multiply and divide by a constant to evaluate these integrals.

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

g(x) = , you obtain g’(x) = 2xAnd f(g(x)) = [g(x)]2So,

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u = , you obtain du = 2x dxAnd f(g(x)) = [g(x)]2So,

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting u =

, you obtain du = 2x dxNow substituteSo,

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u= , you obtain du= 2x dxNow substituteSo,  

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u= , you obtain du= 2x dxNow substituteSo, =  

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u= , you obtain du= 2x dxNow substituteSo, = Re-substitute 

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

g(x) = 5x, you obtain g’(x) = 5 And f(g(x)) = cos[g(x)]So,  

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u = 5x, you obtain du= 5 And f(g(x)) = cos[g(x)]So,  

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u = 5x, you obtain du = 5 Now substituteSo,  

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u = 5x, you obtain du = 5 Now substituteSo,  

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u = 5x, you obtain du = 5 Now substituteSo,  

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u = 5x, you obtain du = 5 Now substituteSo, Re-substitute 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

u = 5x, you obtain du = 5 Now substituteSo, Re-substitute  

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Example

Evaluate

Similar to Example 1, except the integrand is missing a factor of 2. Recognizing that 2x is the derivative of x

2 +1, you can let g(x) = x2+1 and supply the 2x as follows

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let u = x

2 + 1, then du = 2x dx

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let u = x

2 + 1, then du = 2x dx

 

Oh no, I don’t have a 2x dx!

What do I do?!?!

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Example

Evaluate

Let u = x

2 + 1, then du = 2x dx

 

Oh no, I don’t have a 2x dx!

What do I do?!?!

No worries… solve for dx and

Do a second substitution

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Example

Evaluate

Let u = x

2 + 1, then du = 2x dx and dx =

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let u = x

2 + 1, then du = 2x dx and dx =

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let u = x

2 + 1, then du = 2x dx and dx =

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let u = x

2 + 1, then du = 2x dx and dx =

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let u = x

2 + 1, then du = 2x dx and dx =

 

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Examples

Let

u

= 2x -1 and du = 2dxNow using and dx =du/2 =

 

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Examples

Let

u

= 2x -1 and du = 2dxNow using and dx =du/2 =

 

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Examples

Let

u

= 2x -1 and du = 2dxNow using and dx =du/2 =

 

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Examples

Let

u

= 2x -1 and du = 2dxNow using and dx =du/2 =

 

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Examples

Let

u

= 2x -1 and du = 2dxNow using and dx =du/2 =

 

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Examples

Let

u

= 2x -1 and du = 2dxNow using and dx =du/2 =

 

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Examples

Let

u =

2x – 1, so x = (u +1)/2Now using substitution, you obtain the following

 

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Examples

Let

u =

2x – 1, so du =2 dxNow using substitution, you obtain the following

 

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Examples

Let

u =

2x – 1, so du =2 dxNow using substitution, you obtain the following

 

Hmm….is this a problem…

d

x = du/2 but I still have an x

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Examples

Let

u =

2x – 1, so du = 2dx dx = du/2 and x = (u +1)/2Now using substitution, you obtain the following

 

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Examples

Let

u =

2x – 1, so x = (u +1)/2Now using substitution, you obtain the following

 

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Examples

Let

u =

2x – 1, so x = (u +1)/2Now using substitution, you obtain the following

 

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Examples

Let

u =

2x – 1, so x = (u +1)/2Now using substitution, you obtain the following

 

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Example

Because sin

2

3x = (sin 3x)2 let u = sin 3x and du = 3cos 3x dx Substituting u and du/3 gives the following

 

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Example

Because sin

2

3x = (sin 3x)2 let u = sin 3x and du = 3cos 3x dx Substituting u and du/3 gives the following

 

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Example

Because sin

2

3x = (sin 3x)2 let u = sin 3x and du = 3cos 3x dx Substituting u and du/3 gives the following

 

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Example

Because sin

2

3x = (sin 3x)2 let u = sin 3x and du = 3cos 3x dx Substituting u and du/3 gives the following

 

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Example

Because sin

2

3x = (sin 3x)2 let u = sin 3x and du = 3cos 3x dx Substituting u and du/3 gives the following

 

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Example

Because sin

2

3x = (sin 3x)2 let u = sin 3x and du = 3cos 3x dx Substituting u and du/3 gives the following

 

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Guidelines for Substitution

1. Choose a substitution u = g(x). Usually, it is best to choose the “inner” part of a composite function, such as a quantity raised to a power.

2. Computer du = g’(x) dx

3. Rewrite the integral in terms of the variable u4. Evaluate the resulting integral in terms of u5. Replace u with g(x)to obtain an antiderivative in terms of x6. Check your answer by differentiating

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Remember General Power Rule

If g is a differentiable function of x, then

Equivalently if u = g(x), then

 

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Examples

 

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Examples

 

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Examples

 

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Examples

 

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Examples

 

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Examples

 

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Substitution For Definite Integrals

If the function u = g(x) has a continuous derivative on the closed interval [a, b] and f is continuous on the range of g, then

 

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Examples

Let

u

= and du = 2x dxFind Lower Limit when x=0, u = 02 + 1 = 1Find Upper Bound when x = 1, u = 12 + 1 = 2Now Substitute =

=

 

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Examples

Let

u

= and du = 2x dxFind Lower Limit when x=0, u = 02 + 1 = 1Find Upper Bound when x = 1, u = 12 + 1 = 2Now Substitute =

=

 

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Examples

Let

u

= and du = 2x dxFind Lower Limit when x=0, u = 02 + 1 = 1Find Upper Bound when x = 1, u = 12 + 1 = 2Now Substitute =

=

 

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Examples

Let

u

= and du = 2x dxFind Lower Limit when x=0, u = 02 + 1 = 1Find Upper Bound when x = 1, u = 12 + 1 = 2Now Substitute =

=

 

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Examples

Let

u

= and du = 2x dxFind Lower Limit when x=0, u = 02 + 1 = 1Find Upper Bound when x = 1, u = 12 + 1 = 2Now Substitute =

=

 

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Examples

Let

u

= and du = 2x dxFind Lower Limit when x=0, u = 02 + 1 = 1Find Upper Bound when x = 1, u = 12 + 1 = 2Now Substitute =

=

 

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Examples

Let

u

= and du = 2x dxFind Lower Limit when x=0, u = 02 + 1 = 1Find Upper Bound when x = 1, u = 12 + 1 = 2Now Substitute =

=

 

Slide70

Example

Evaluate

Let

u = and u du = dxFind Lower Limit u = = 1Find Upper Limit u = = 3

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let

u = and u du = dxFind Lower Limit u = = 1Find Upper Limit u = = 3

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let

u = and u du = dxFind Lower Limit u = = 1Find Upper Limit u = = 3

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let

u = and u du = dxFind Lower Limit u = = 1Find Upper Limit u = = 3

 

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Example

Evaluate

Let

u = and u du = dxFind Lower Limit u = = 1Find Upper Limit u = = 3

 

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Integration of Even and Odd Functions

Let

f

be integrable on the closed interval [-a, a].1. If f is an even function, then 2. If f is an odd function, then  

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How does this work?!?!

EVEN Function PROOF

- If f is even what do we know about it?

We know that f(x)=f(-x)Symmetry happensThink about the graph of a an even function about the origin

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How does this work?!?!

EVEN Function PROOF

- If f is even what do we know about it?

We know that f(x)=f(-x)Symmetry happensThink about the graph of a an even function about the origin

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How does this work?!?!

EVEN Function PROOF

- If f is even what do we know about it?

We know that f(x)=f(-x)Symmetry happensThink about the graph of a an even function about the origin

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How does this work?!?!

EVEN Function PROOF

- If f is even what do we know about it?

We know that f(x)=f(-x)Symmetry happensThink about the graph of a an even function about the origin

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How does this work?!?!

EVEN Function PROOF

- If f is even what do we know about it?

We know that f(x)=f(-x)Symmetry happensThink about the graph of a an even function about the origin

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How does this work?!?!

EVEN Function PROOF

- If f is even what do we know about it?

We know that f(x)=f(-x)Symmetry happensThink about the graph of a an even function about the origin

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ODD function PROOF

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

f(x) = sin3 xcosx + sinxcosx produces f(-x) = sin3(-x)cos(-x) + sin(-x)cos(-x) = -sin3x cosx – sinx cosx = - f(x)

So,

f

is an odd function and because [- , is symmetric we can conclude that = 0

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

f(x) = sin3 xcosx + sinxcosx produces f(-x) = sin3(-x)cos(-x) + sin(-x)cos(-x) = -sin3x cosx – sinx cosx = - f(x)

So,

f

is an odd function and because [- , is symmetric we can conclude that = 0

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

f(x) = sin3 xcosx + sinxcosx produces f(-x) = sin3(-x)cos(-x) + sin(-x)cos(-x) = -sin3x cosx – sinx cosx = - f(x)

So,

f

is an odd function and because [- , is symmetric we can conclude that = 0

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

f(x) = sin3 xcosx + sinxcosx produces f(-x) = sin3(-x)cos(-x) + sin(-x)cos(-x) = -sin3x cosx – sinx cosx = - f(x)

So,

f

is an odd function and because [- , is symmetric we can conclude that = 0

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

f(x) = sin3 xcosx + sinxcosx produces f(-x) = sin3(-x)cos(-x) + sin(-x)cos(-x) = -sin3x cosx – sinx cosx = - f(x)

So,

f

is an odd function and because [- , is symmetric we can conclude that = 0

 

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Example

Evaluate

Letting

f(x) = sin3 xcosx + sinxcosx produces f(-x) = sin3(-x)cos(-x) + sin(-x)cos(-x) = -sin3x cosx – sinx cosx = - f(x)

So,

f

is an odd function and because [- , is symmetric we can conclude that = 0

 

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