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This integral is a doozii....
Posted: Oct 12, 2001 9:21 PM
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We got this little integral on a quiz, and well, lets just say that I
found it quite difficult to solve in about three minutes...so if
anyone can give me a solution, with work, email it to me...that way I
can learn this stuff..most likely integration by substitution should
work but how...?

Heres the integral...

Integral sign (lower limit -1) (Upper limit +1) x(exp)2 {multiplied
by}e(exp)-x(exp)3 [---thats right power of a power] +
x(exp)5{multiplied by}cos(x)

if anyone can do this for me please let me know...by email..or

Cheers from UBC



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