integral exp^t

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Hi,

can someone explain to me how you would integrate 4 + 4*i*exp^i*t + exp^2*i*t please.

Would I be correct in saying the answer is 4t + 4*exp^it + (1/2)*exp^2it.

Thank you
 

Jester

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Dec 2008
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Hi,

can someone explain to me how you would integrate 4 + 4*i*exp^i*t + exp^2*i*t please.

Would I be correct in saying the answer is 4t + 4*exp^it + (1/2)*exp^2it.

Thank you
The last term should be \(\displaystyle \frac{e^{2 i t}}{2 i}\) .
 
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