Calculate $\displaystyle \int_0^x \dfrac{(\lambda t)^{n-1}exp(-\lambda t)}{(n-1)!}dt$
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You can't, unless $\displaystyle x\to\infty.$ I didn't answer your question in FMAT since I thought that it was a typo.
Originally Posted by jorgeston Calculate $\displaystyle \int_0^x \dfrac{(\lambda t)^{n-1}exp(-\lambda t)}{(n-1)!}dt$ Following from what special K said, I've had reason to consider very similar. Read the attachment.
thanks for your answers. This integral appears in an continius distribution problem ( probability and statistics) , and $\displaystyle x=30$ specifically
Originally Posted by jorgeston thanks for your answers. This integral appears in an continius distribution problem ( probability and statistics) , and $\displaystyle x=30$ specifically If you've read the attachment you'll see why integral terminals like the ones Krizalid mentions are required. Post the whole question.
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