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The value of the integral given below is

$$\int \limits_0^{\pi} \: x^2 \: \cos x\:dx$$

  1. $-2\pi$
  2. $\pi$
  3. $-\pi$
  4. $2\pi$
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ans is A

$\int_{0}^{\pi } x^{^{2}} \cos x dx$

$= x^2 \sin x ]_0^{\pi} - \int_0^{\pi} 2x \sin x$

$=  x^{^{2}} \sin x ]_0^{\pi} + 2x \cos x ]_0^{\pi}- \int_0^{\pi} 2 \cos x dx$

$= x^{^{2}} \sin x ]_0^{\pi} + 2x \cos x ]_0^{\pi}-  2 \sin x ]_0^{\pi}$

$=[\pi ^2 (0) -0] + 2[ \pi (-1)-0] -2[0-0]$


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use integration by parts, you will get 2π

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