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how to integratr ​∫[ne^-x]dx within the limit 2 to infinity

  • how to integratr
  • ​∫[ne^-x]dx within the limit 2 to infinity

Grade:12th pass

2 Answers

SAUNAK ROY
20 Points
4 years ago
pull out n constant and integrate using fundamental rules of indefinite integral which would give you -n(e^-x) + C. Now remove C and apply limits on [-ne^-x] which would yield n/e^2 as result
 
 
SAUNAK ROY
20 Points
4 years ago
 
if [] denotes greatest integer function then there can be no indefinite integral for ne^-x dx, and if you want definite then it becomes huge and abrupt.....

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