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    Integration by Parts



    I try to solve this problem bunch of times but I never got right answer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matho View Post


    I try to solve this problem bunch of times but I never got right answer...
    Can you check if your URL works? Because I can't see the image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chop Suey View Post
    Can you check if your URL works? Because I can't see the image.
    I'm sorry.
    I don't know this is the right way to express integral but I hope u understand.
    ∫[x=1,4](1-x^2)(e^3x)dx
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