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    can anyone help me integrate x*a^(x^2)
    im finding it quite tricky
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    a^(x^2) = e^(ln(a) x^2).

    So the derivative of a^(x^2) wrt x is

    2x ln(a) * e^(ln(a) x^2)
    = 2x ln(a) * a^(x^2).

    So

    (int) x * a^(x^2) dx
    = (1/[2 ln(a)]) * a^(x^2) + constant.
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    thanks alot
 
 
 
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