When finding a definite integral using integration by parts, we should first find the antiderivative (as we do with indefinite integrals), but then we should also evaluate the antiderivative at the boundaries and subtract.

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This trigonometry video tutorial provides a basic introduction to the double angle identities of sine, cosine, and tangent. It explains how to derive the double angle formulas from the sum and difference identities of sin, cos, and tan and how to use the double angle formulas to find the exact value of trigonometric expressions using…