Integral of (e^(1/x))/(x^2) dx from 0 to 1. (1 is above curly S, 0 is below curly S)
= [-e^(1/x)] from 0 to 1.
= [-e^(1/1)] - [-e^(1/0)] (This is where I get stuck, since 1/0 is DNE.
= -e - ???
So we need to see what happens CLOSE to that end point.
If this limit converges, then the integral will converge and can be evaluated. If the limit does not exist or tends to , the integral will diverge.