## ∫(sinx)dx

### To find the integral of sin(x) with respect to x, we can use the identity of the integral of sin(x) equaling -cos(x) plus a constant

To find the integral of sin(x) with respect to x, we can use the identity of the integral of sin(x) equaling -cos(x) plus a constant.

∫sin(x) dx = -cos(x) + C

This C represents the constant of integration, which is added because when we differentiate -cos(x), it gives us sin(x) but without any constant term. Therefore, any constant value can be added at the end.

So, the integral of sin(x) with respect to x is -cos(x) plus a constant.

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