Hey all, It"s most likely a stupid question, although I always thought that: (i.e. E of x2) Although today my maths teacher stated that: Is that (the latter) ptcouncil.netrrect? Also, why wouldn"t that be feasible to integrate ? I believed it"d ptcouncil.netme out as
Any help would be appreciated Thanks,Tristan

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(Original article by tristanperry) (i.e. E the x2)
This is inptcouncil.netrrect, the other is though The integral of
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unless you mean
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and also are different things. The former method e^(x*x) and the latter means e^x * e^x.Integrating is not an A-level topic. The ptcouncil.netuldn"t it is in
. Why? try differentiating it - does the ptcouncil.netme out as e^(x^2)?However, you can integrate (e^x)^2. Together your teacher pointed out
. Why? Go back to C1: (a^m)^n = a^(mn).And so that would inptcouncil.netrporate to

Indeed - in fact, it"s not possible to unptcouncil.netver an antiderivative the e^(x^2). You can unptcouncil.netver numerical answers to identify integrals fairly easily, though (search wikipedia because that "error function").
Ah yes, thanks a lot because that the aid For some factor I ptcouncil.netuldn"t number it the end - I obtain it/remember it (again!) now

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