does anyone know how to find the integral of: e^(x^2)
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Originally Posted by cdlegendary does anyone know how to find the integral of: e^(x^2) the antiderivative of does not have an elementary, closed-form solution.
Originally Posted by skeeter the antiderivative of does not have an elementary, closed-form solution. ah, so if the interval is from 0 to 1, would there be a solution?
Originally Posted by cdlegendary ah, so if the interval is from 0 to 1, would there be a solution? no, but you can estimate the value of the definite integral using the series representation for
Its not an elementary function as skeeter said. You can do it as an infinite series. Since: .
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