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In the following exercise, find the indefinite integral.

$\int\left(e^t i+j+t \cos t k\right) d t$

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1 of 6In this exercise, we need to find the indefinite integral where the integrand is a vector-valued function.

*How do we compute integrals of vector-valued functions?*

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