Integrating complex exponentials with Infinite limitsby Ribena Tags: complex, exponentials, infinite, integrating, limits 

#1
Jan213, 07:39 AM

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Hi all,
I'm trying to integrate the function below with respect to x exp(ix)exp(ix) With infinity and negative infinity as the limits. Would the integration be possible? 



#2
Jan213, 08:51 AM

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P: 10,814

There is a shorter way to express this function.
Alternatively, you can find the antiderivative, and check yourself. As you are working with complex numbers, you should add that you try to integrate this along the real axis (well, I would expect this). 


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