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2014-03-20T17:52:53+05:30
Integral of sinx is - cosx 

So integrating as a whole will be: 

(sin x)^0.5 
= (((sinx)^1.5)/1.5) (-cosx) +c 

A note to remember: Integrating increases the value of the power by one and the new value of the power is then divided by the whole thing. Also, you have to add a constant at the end of every integration. 
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