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**TreeMoney** My professor gave the class a problem which is going to be on our exam and I want to make sure I get full credit for this problem. It's an improper integral, it is.....

I=Integrate(X*e^(-2x)) at (0,+infinity)

If someone could just tell me what integration technique needs to be used to solve this. I know it can be done using a formula, but i would rather show more work then that to ensure i get full credit for this problem. I tried integration by parts but it just seems to make the equation more complicated. Thanks in advance. John