Dear all, I have exponential integral with polynomial. I tried to solve it but I could not . the integration is : Can any one help me please. Thanks in advance,
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Wolfram couldn't give me an answer... Are you sure it's not because that can be solved with a substitution... Actually on second thought, I believe that integral I mentioned is divergent... Hmmm...
hi, thank you for the replay. yes the integral that i wrote is correct. and if it is like what you wrote then you are writ that it can be solved with substitution. any other suggestion please.
Originally Posted by abotaha Dear all, I have exponential integral with polynomial. I tried to solve it but I could not . the integration is : Can any one help me please. Thanks in advance, Where has this integral come from?
ok, there are mistakes in the integral equation. the correct one is : sorry for this mis-writing. please help me to solve this integration.
Originally Posted by abotaha ok, there are mistakes in the integral equation. the correct one is : sorry for this mis-writing. please help me to solve this integration. You still haven't answered my question: Originally Posted by Mr Fantastic Where has this integral come from?
The integral comes from multiplication of two functions: and where and then I simplified the multiplication result as it written above:
Last edited by abotaha; July 18th 2010 at 06:01 AM.
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