Now when so
And when and so
So therefore
if you need help with the integration let me know
The question is:
The integration of e^(-abs (x)) from -infinitiy to + infinity
The absolute before the x is throwing me off...
I got
-e^(-abs(x)) from -infinitiy to + infinity
i graphed it but doesn't it go to 0?
so would the answer be 0?
thanks