ok ill start over, i didnt mean to sound like i was right and you were wrong. sorry if i came off that way. I really barely have a clue what im doing. i got that the integral of [re^(r^2)]dr equals [(r^2/2)e^(r^2)].
ok ill start over, i didnt mean to sound like i was right and you were wrong. sorry if i came off that way. I really barely have a clue what im doing. i got that the integral of [re^(r^2)]dr equals [(r^2/2)e^(r^2)].
Well that's false, and checking it is very simple: derivate the "solution" and you'll find out that it doesn't equal the integrand!
One MUST know derivation very-very well to go into antiderivation/indefinite integration, otherwise things get tough.