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1. Integral sin(x+1)sin(2x)dx 2.Integral xe^x dx 3. integral ln sqrt(x) dx 4. integral sqrt(x) lnx dx

1. Integral sin(x+1)sin(2x)dx

2.Integral xe^x dx

3. integral ln sqrt(x) dx

4. integral sqrt(x) lnx dx

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