the integral is non-trivial, so you aren't going to get an antiderivative unless, means something to you
So....How do I integrate this? I thought it would be easier, but I'm stuck.
I'm wondering if we're going to have an x in the denominator of the final solution. I tried that, and looked into using l'hopital's rule, but I think I'm getting the integral wrong first.
Yeah it is even function.
I got a solution on my calculator for this integral of 16.45....
I'm really only experimenting with the integration to answer another problem.
I will post that one next, it's really a probability question but because I have to integrate a gaussian pdf I might get away with putting it in here.
Maybe my query will make more sense.
You are no doubt expected to get an approximate answer to a required number of decimal places using teachnology. Perhaps the question where this comes from even says that ....? So that's what you should do.