Doubt from integration

definite-integration
pp
easy
#1

\int_{0}^\pi e^{cos^2x} cos^3[(2n+1)x]
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#2

It should be zero

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#3

Submit solution @Raunak_2020

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#4

@Tushar_2019

I have to ask two things, first, is the square bracket, the greatest integer function?? Please specify the case always in the questions. And second, if its not GIF, is the answer 0??

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#5

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#6

Use kings rule

#7

No, its not gif, its simple parenthesis @Churchil_2018 sir

#8

On what basis u have put x= \pi - x (since then dx will be 0). Could u please explain this in more detail @Samrat_2020

#9

He just used definite integral property.

#10


This one