`int (sin(x) + sinh(x)) dx` Find the general indefinite integral.

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Chapter 5, 5.4 - Problem 13 - Calculus: Early Transcendentals (7th Edition, James Stewart).
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nees101 | Student, Graduate | (Level 2) Adjunct Educator

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We have to find the integral :

`\int (sin(x)+sinh(x) )dx=-cos(x)+cosh(x)+C`

where C is a constant.

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scisser | (Level 3) Honors

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Find the antiderivative of each term

`int(sin(x)+sinh(x))dx=-cos(x)+cosh(x)+C`

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