In calculus, finding the integral of trigonometric functions is a common task. One of the most fundamental integrals is the integral of \(\sin(x)\). In this short article, we will explore how to find the integral of \(\sin(x)\).

### Finding the Integral

The integral of \(\sin(x)\) can be found using basic integration rules. We know that the derivative of \(\cos(x)\) is \(-\sin(x)\). Therefore, to reverse this process and find the integral of \(\sin(x)\), we can write:

\[ \int \sin(x) \, dx = -\cos(x) + C \]

Here, \(C\) is the constant of integration, which appears because the process of integration can produce multiple functions differing by a constant.

The integral of \(\sin(x)\) is \( \boxed{-\cos(x) + C} \). Understanding this basic integral is crucial for solving more complex problems in calculus involving trigonometric functions.