I'm stuck trying to solve this integral with "e". I am using the substitution method and made a sub, but cannot figure out how to apply it to this particular integral due to the sign of the exponent.
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Can't you say the following, EDIT: Nevermind, this is incorrect, I'll edit this post if I find something else. Harish beat me to it!
Last edited by jegues; October 9th 2010 at 11:50 AM.
now let and complete
Thank you this helped me solve it and was able to verify with Pandevil1990's scan.
Let , then . Let to get .