1. ## Indefinite integrals

I have a couple problems due tomorrow where you take r'(t) to solve for r(t) using r(0), but I'm having difficulty solving a portion of the problem. Concept-wise I'm asking with help finding the indefinite integral of t*e^t with respect to t. It's likely something simple that I overlooking, but I'd appreciate the help.

2. Originally Posted by OpaqueCheshire
I have a couple problems due tomorrow where you take r'(t) to solve for r(t) using r(0), but I'm having difficulty solving a portion of the problem.
we can't help you if you don't post what you're having problems with

Concept-wise I'm asking with help finding the indefinite integral of t*e^t with respect to t. It's likely something simple that I overlooking, but I'd appreciate the help.
for $\displaystyle \int t e^t~dt$, the conventional way is to use integration by parts. recall the formula: $\displaystyle \int u ~dv = uv - \int v~du$

here, let $\displaystyle u = t$ and $\displaystyle dv = e^t~dt$

3. Thank you. I knew there was something I was forgetting.