# Thread: Indefinite Integrals

1. ## Indefinite Integrals

Hey guys I don't really have a firm grasp on Indefinite Integrals.

First I don't even know the difference between Definite and Indefinite Integrals

I have a few math assignments, if anyone can show me or tell me some step by step ways to solve the problem it would be really great.

Here is the first question to my assignment, if i get it, i should be able to do the rest on my own, hopefully.

∫x^4*e^(x^5) dx

what I got was

1/5*e^(x^5)

obviously its wrong..

thanks for your help

2. Nevermind, It was correct, i forgot to put "+ C"

3. Originally Posted by ifailedcalculus
Hey guys I don't really have a firm grasp on Indefinite Integrals.

First I don't even know the difference between Definite and Indefinite Integrals

I have a few math assignments, if anyone can show me or tell me some step by step ways to solve the problem it would be really great.

Here is the first question to my assignment, if i get it, i should be able to do the rest on my own, hopefully.

∫x^4*e^(x^5) dx

what I got was

1/5*e^(x^5) + C

obviously its wrong..

thanks for your help
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/Mathematics/geo...b/intlnk5.html