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    How to integrate (2e)^(-x)^2?
    2e to the power of -x squared?
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    (Original post by CelaenSardothien)
    How to integrate (2e)^(-x)^2?
    2e to the power of -x squared?
    Not doable without techniques beyond A-Level, that is if you mean \displaystyle \int 2e^{-x^2}.dx
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Not doable without techniques beyond A-Level, that is if you mean \displaystyle \int 2e^{-x^2}.dx
    Yeah.
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    can u intergrate it when we write it as 4/e^2x ?
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    (Original post by brainmaster)
    can u intergrate it when we write it as 4/e^2x ?
    It is definite integration, in the interval 2 and 3. The answer in the book said I should get 0.018
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    integration of e^ax will be (e^ax)/a is that true?
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    (Original post by CelaenSardothien)
    How to integrate (2e)^(-x)^2?
    2e to the power of -x squared?

    https://youtu.be/FYNHt4AMxc0

    hope this helps
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    (Original post by CelaenSardothien)
    It is definite integration, in the interval 2 and 3. The answer in the book said I should get 0.018
    Can you show us a picture of the question, given that you can't type it properly?
 
 
 
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