Dear All,
How to solve the following integral (see attachment)?
a,b, are real scalars.
Any help would be much welcome
Thanks
With a few quick changes and the addition of [tex] tags we get:
$\displaystyle \int_0^{\infty} \frac{e^{-x}}{(x+a)(x+b)} dx$
Have you ever heard of the Laplace transform?
-Dan
ok, I got it.
There is no need for Laplace. Simply use partial fraction expansion and expand the integral into a sum of two integral. Each of them can be solved using the exponential integral function Ei.
Thanks