Title says it all, this isnt a question I've seen just something I'm curious about. If you have e raised to the power of 2x, where the x is raised to the 2nd power can you integrate that? If so how?
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Originally Posted by Abu-Khalil You mean ? I'm curious myself (new to calculus). Could you take the natural log of both sides to bring the down and then integrate?
Originally Posted by ryu991 Title says it all, this isnt a question I've seen just something I'm curious about. If you have e raised to the power of 2x, where the x is raised to the 2nd power can you integrate that? If so how? It can't be done in terms of elementary functions. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- As an aside: If you were to find or or , then it can be done, but by a conversion to a double polar integral. This way, it can be shown that
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