How do you integrate (x^2+x+1)e^-x? Please show all work and explain, thank you.
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Originally Posted by maximade How do you integrate (x^2+x+1)e^-x? Please show all work and explain, thank you. Integration by parts, because your integral is a product of two functions. In your problem let and . (The acronym LIATE will help you remember the order for choosing u and dv).
Originally Posted by maximade How do you integrate (x^2+x+1)e^-x? Please show all work and explain, thank you. Use integration by parts. . In your case, let so that Let so that . So . Use integration by parts again. Let so that Let so that . .
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