Math Diagnostic22#

Part 1#

\(\int\) \(\sin{\left(\frac{x}{4} \right)}\) \(dx\) is equal to a constant plus:

Answer Section#

  • \({- 4 \cos{\left(\frac{x}{4} \right)}}\)

  • \({4 \cos{\left(\frac{x}{4} \right)}}\)

  • \({- 8 \cos{\left(\frac{x}{4} \right)}}\)

  • \({- 2 \cos{\left(\frac{x}{4} \right)}}\)

Attribution#

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