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$$\displaystyle \int _{ -\dfrac { 3\pi  }{ 2 }  }^{- \dfrac { \pi  }{ 2 }  }{ \left[ { \left( x+\pi  \right)  }^{ 3 }+\cos ^{ 2 }{ \left( x+3\pi  \right)  }  \right] dx } $$ is equal to


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$$\left(\dfrac {\pi}{2} \right)$$


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