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    Need a surge function integrated help please

    Heyy i have this surge function in which i have tried to integrate in many way but cant seem to get the right answer. by my GC the answer should be 764.5.

    Please show ur working out so that i can go through and understand it myself the function is pi integration sign from 0 to 3.1 (10xe-0.32x)2
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    Re: Need a surge function integrated help please

    Quote Originally Posted by lolo6456 View Post
    Heyy i have this surge function in which i have tried to integrate in many way but cant seem to get the right answer. by my GC the answer should be 764.5.

    Please show ur working out so that i can go through and understand it myself the function is pi integration sign from 0 to 3.1 (10xe-0.32x)2
    Write your integrand as \displaystyle \begin{align*} 100x^2e^{-0.64x} \end{align*} and use integration by parts.
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