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comment How to approach integrals as a function?
Really thanks for your answer!
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comment How to approach integrals as a function?
Such a well written answer. Wish I could up-vote it a few more times; Thank you so much
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comment How to approach integrals as a function?
@Sam: That looks interesting; Could you explain how it can be used here?
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comment How to approach integrals as a function?
Yes, I do; I tried messing with this integral around, using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, but wasn't quite sure I'm on the right path. I've ended up with a weird expression that I'm not sure is correct/final answer. I've tried gathering information from wolframalpha, but it doesn't seem to handle such functions/integrals. Could you direct me to the right way - what should I end with?
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