
#1
Sep1008, 04:42 PM

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I feel really dumb for not remembering this.... I'm drawing a total blank as to the antiderivative of xe^{x} or how to find it. Do I need to use a u substitution?




#3
Sep1008, 09:09 PM

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PF Gold
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Let u= x, dv= e^{x}dx.




#4
Sep1108, 11:39 AM

P: 2,159

What is the integral of xe^x?
You can also compute the intergal of exp(a x) and then differentiate w.r.t. the parameter a.



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