I've hit a wall here, stuck on the primitive of z^2 . e^z^3......any light taht can be shed would me much appreciated
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Originally Posted by pennylane I've hit a wall here, stuck on the primitive of z^2 . e^z^3......any light taht can be shed would me much appreciated Do you mean $\displaystyle \int{x^{2}e^{x^3}}dx$? Use the u-substitution and let $\displaystyle u=x^3$
Thanks for prompt reply.........I probably should have said I'm using the Fundamental Therom of Calculus?? Does the latter still hold?
Originally Posted by pennylane Thanks for prompt reply.........I probably should have said I'm using the Fundamental Therom of Calculus?? Does the latter still hold? But this is NOT a definite integral.
Not 100% confident on this...hence the S.O.S....... I believe they're contour integrals I'm working on? F is a primitive of f on R (if F is analytic on R) and F'(z) = f(z).......if that's any clearer??
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