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    integration by substitution

    intergrate e^x(1+X)dx
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    do you mean;
    (1) \int(x+1)e^xdx
    or
    (2) \int e^{x(x+1)}dx?
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    Quote Originally Posted by putnam120 View Post
    do you mean;
    (1) \int(x+1)e^xdx
    or
    (2) \int e^{x(x+1)}dx?
    He means the first one, the second one cannot be done.
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