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# Calculus Maximus WS 5.

4: Integration by Parts

## Worksheet 5.4—Integration by Parts

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Multiple Choice

1. If x
2
cos xdx  h  x    2 x sin xdx , then h  x  
(A) 2sin x  2 x cos x  C (B) x2 sin x  C (C) 2 x cos x  x2 sin x  C
(D) 4cos x  2 x sin x  C  
(E) 2  x 2 cos x  4sin x  C

## 2.  x sin 5x dx =

x 1 x 1
(A)  x cos  5x   sin  5x   C (B)  cos  5 x   sin  5 x   C (C)  cos  5 x   sin  5 x   C
5 25 5 5
x 1
(D) cos  5 x   sin  5x   C (E) 5x cos  5x   sin  5x   C
5 25

 x csc xdx 
2
3.
x csc3 x
(A) C (B) x cot x  ln sin x  C (C)  x cot x  ln sin x  C
6
(D)  x cot x  ln sin x  C (E)  x sec2 x  tan x  C

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## 4. The graph of y  f  x  conforms to the slope field for

dy
the differential equation  4 x ln x , as shown. Which
dx
of the following could be f  x  ?
(A) 2 x2 ln 2 x  3
(B) x3 ln x  3
(C) 2 x2 ln x  x2  3
 
(D) 2 x 2  3 ln x  1

4ln 3 x
(E) 2 x ln 2 x  3
3

## 5. Evaluate the following integrals.

(a)  xe x dx (b) x
2
sin  x  dx (c)  sin 1 xdx

## (d)  ln 2 xdx (e)  arctan 4tdt

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6. Evaluate the following definite integrals. Show the antiderivative. Verify on your calculator.
 1

##  t sin 3tdt x 

 1 e x dx
2
(a) (b)
0 0

e 1
ln x r3
(c)  2
dx (d)  dr (Hint: let r 3  r 2  r )
1 x 0 4  r2

dy
7. Solve:  x sec2 x and y  1 when x  0 .
dx

8. Find the area of the region enclosed by the x-axis and the curve y  x sin x for   x  2 .

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## 9. A slowing force, symbolized by the “Dashpot” in the figure at right, slows

the motion of the weighted spring so that the mass’s position at time t is given
by y  2et cos t , t  0 . Find the average position of the mass on the
interval t  0, 2  . Give an exact answer, then verify on your calculator.

10. Using u-substitution and then integration by parts, evaluate  sin xdx .

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