# How to find anti-derivative of $J_0(x)J_1(x)$

I want to solve following integral$$\int J_0(x)J_1(x) dx$$I tried so many different ways but I couldn't find a way to attack this problem! please help me

• Think about what is the derivative of $J_0(x)$ – Claude Leibovici Mar 8 '17 at 10:25

Hint: use the substitution $u=J_0(x)$.