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7.7 Reduction Formulas

We shall now establish a quick method to evaluate

Thus the power of sin x reduces from n to ( n - 2 ). We can continue this process till the power reduces to zero or one.

These formulas have been given by ’ Walli ’ Hence they are known as Walli’s reduction formulas.


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7.1 Definition
7.2 Definite integral as on an area under curve
7.3 Working rule for evaluation of a definite integral as a limit of a sun
7.4 Fundamental theorem of integrated calculus
7.5 Properties of definite integrals
7.6 Evaluation of definite integral
7.7 Reduction formulas

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