In order to learn the various methods of integration, you need to you read, see, and work through as many examples as you can. That’s why I’ve urged you to take notes in class, read the examples in the textbook, try to do all the homework exercises, and ask questions about any examples and exercises you are confused about.
Here are more examples for the various methods of integration we’ve covered in the past few weeks:
Integration by Parts
PatrickJMT’s first IBP video (see the list of all his calculus videos here!):
- Khan Academy’s “Integration using trigonometric identities” sequence
- PatrickJMT’s sequence of 6 videos on Trigonometric Integrals