integral[2/Exp[2x^3]] - Wolfram|Alpha
If you don't know anything about the incomplete Gamma function, then yes, use a series.
A friend has come to me for help finding the integral of:
2/(e(2x^{3})) with respect to x
I can only see it being integrated as a series? Is there something or some method that i am missing? Tired to do a substitution but you get a mess that cant be removed, thus my thought of a series? I think that if this is the case, then the question is wrong as he is only working through year 1 calc.
Thanks.
integral[2/Exp[2x^3]] - Wolfram|Alpha
If you don't know anything about the incomplete Gamma function, then yes, use a series.