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    Expansion of integrals using laplace method

    Hi all, I want to find the leading behaviour of
    integral 0 to pi/2 √sint e^(−x(sint)^4) dt as x → +∞;
    Tried by substituting sint = t but getting stuck. Plz help.
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    Re: Expansion of integrals using laplace method

    Hey user28691.

    What do you mean by leading behavior exactly?
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