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 Dec19 awarded Caucus Dec19 awarded Constituent Oct5 awarded Popular Question Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jul2 awarded Curious Jul29 accepted Definite Improper Integral Endpoint Issue Jul29 comment Definite Improper Integral Endpoint Issue Thanks for pointing that out; I can't believe I was using 3/2 when I should have used 1/2 with the substitution being used! I guess I was mixing up the x variable with the whole u/a format of the antiderivative of $\frac{1}{a^2 + u^2}$ ... Jul29 revised Definite Improper Integral Endpoint Issue formatting edits Jul29 asked Definite Improper Integral Endpoint Issue Jun30 accepted Unintentional Negative Sign in Limit Evaluation Jun30 comment Unintentional Negative Sign in Limit Evaluation @Tunococ That makes sense; I'll try to be more careful with that in the future... thank you! Jun30 comment Unintentional Negative Sign in Limit Evaluation @Tunococ Just to verify, would that be the lack of a distribution with the âˆ’cos(2x+x)? Jun30 asked Unintentional Negative Sign in Limit Evaluation Jun4 awarded Custodian Jun4 reviewed No Action Needed How to integrate $\int_{-\infty}^{+\infty} e^{-x^2}\cos x \, dx$ May19 awarded Constituent May13 awarded Caucus May11 accepted Finding the Derivative without using Product or Quotient Rule May11 comment Finding the Derivative without using Product or Quotient Rule @labbhattacharjee I wish I could accept both answers on this question... but for the time being (and I'm sorry for not clarifying this in the original question,) I might accept the "Constant Multiple Rule" response because I haven't yet reached the Chain Rule in my particular class at school (although I know this is going to be a way to solve many things, in the future.) Thank you so much for your time and your response, though! May11 comment Finding the Derivative without using Product or Quotient Rule @Inceptio That's what I was thinking... :/ I was intrigued about the use of ln(), though...