Please tell me if it cannot be integrated and if possible WHY????
Hi
I am doing an investigative piece of homework and I need to know if the following equation can be integrated analytically i.e. algebraically
3^sin(x^cos(x))
That reads "3 to the power of sin(x to the power cos(x))"
If it can be somehow integrated can you try to explain how (bearing in mind that I am only at college) or possibly direct me to some websites that will explain it to me.
Thanks in advance.