I havnt done calculus in a while and need help doing this integral... Im pretty sure it has to do with integation by parts but am not sure. <br><br>Integral of x^2e^(-kx) with limits 0 to positive infinity. Thanks!!! <br>

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- November 9th 2007, 10:07 PMclipperdude21Integration!!!
I havnt done calculus in a while and need help doing this integral... Im pretty sure it has to do with integation by parts but am not sure. <br><br>Integral of x^2e^(-kx) with limits 0 to positive infinity. Thanks!!! <br>

- November 9th 2007, 11:09 PMkalagota
- November 10th 2007, 02:11 AMclipperdude21
would u=x^2 and dv= the rest for the 1st? Im lost with calculus lol

- November 10th 2007, 02:37 AMkalagota