why e^x^2 is not intigrable ?.

why e^x^2 is not intigrable ?.


3 Answers

Aman Bansal
592 Points
11 years ago

Dear Sourabh,

There is no elementary function whose derivative is ex2. By elementary function we mean something obtained using arithmetical operations and composition from the standard functions we all know and love. But this is not a serious problem. A few important definite integrals involving ex2 have pleasant closed form.

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Sourabh Govekar
14 Points
11 years ago

but how can we prove it mathamatically?


k sesi preetam
7 Points
11 years ago

Actually we can integrate that function but involves a higher level of calculus.

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