# Math Help - Integration help

1. ## Integration help

Can anyone help me with
u = int(Ae^(x^2/2)e^-1) dx
thanks

Can anyone help me with
u = int(Ae^(x^2/2)e^-1) dx
thanks

Do you mean, $u=\int{Ae^{\frac{x^2}{2}}e^{-1}}dx$

3. Originally Posted by Sudharaka

Do you mean, $u=\int{Ae^{\frac{x^2}{2}}e^{-1}}dx$
yes, i didn't know how to write it properly though

yes, i didn't know how to write it properly though

Seems that the answer to this problem is not in my scope. But please refer to the link that I had given below. Sometimes if you know about imaginary error functions you would be able to understand it.

Wolfram Mathematica Online Integrator

Hope this helps.