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Sine-squared function

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Higher antiderivatives
where <math>n</math> is an integer.
 
===Transformed versions===
 
Based on the integration of <math>\sin^2</math>, we can also integrate the square of any [[sinusoidal function]]:
 
<math>\int \sin^2(mx + \varphi) = \frac{x}{2} - \frac{\sin(2(mx + \varphi))}{4m} + C</math>
===Higher antiderivatives===
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