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What is the integral of an arcsin?

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The integral of arcsin is x times the inverse sine of x, plus the square root of one minus x squared, plus a constant expressed as C. Using mathematical notation, it can be expressed as the integral of arcsin x dx = x arcsin x + [sqrt](1-x^2) + C.

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What is the integral of an arcsin?
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The function arcsin is the same as the inverse of the sine function. The integral of the arcsin function can be found by using the integration technique "integration by parts." Using this technique, u is equal to arcsin(x) and du is equal to one over the square root of one minus x squared.

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