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y=e^(-x^2)

y=0

x=0

x=1

Couple questions. What does the graph of y=e^(-x^2) look like? Also, i know the integral is =integral(a,b) 2(pi)x*e^(-x^2) how do i evaulate the e^(-x^2) part?

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y=e^(-x^2)

y=0

x=0

x=1

Couple questions. What does the graph of y=e^(-x^2) look like? Also, i know the integral is =integral(a,b) 2(pi)x*e^(-x^2) how do i evaulate the e^(-x^2) part?

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As far as the integral of x e

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