# Math Help - How to find the integral of...

1. ## How to find the integral of...

3^(1-x^2)-((x^2-3)/10)

my only guess on the (x^2-3)/10 would be ((1/3)x^3-3x)/10
While on the other one I think I have to ln it. However if I do, i would have to ln the other side and i won't know what to do. Please explain to me how to do this thank you. (Might be adding more to this thread)

2. Originally Posted by maximade
3^(1-x^2)-((x^2-3)/10)

my only guess on the (x^2-3)/10 would be ((1/3)x^3-3x)/10
While on the other one I think I have to ln it. However if I do, i would have to ln the other side and i won't know what to do. Please explain to me how to do this thank you. (Might be adding more to this thread)
Is it $\int \left(3^{1-x^2}-\frac{x^2-3}{10}\right) dx$ ?

3. Yes that is the question

4. Originally Posted by maximade
Yes that is the question
It can not be expressed in terms of elementary functions.
See :
integrate [ 3^(1-x^2) - [ (x^2-3)/10 ] ] - Wolfram|Alpha