Hi guise. I just encountered a problem which I sincerely don't know how to attack. I don't know what kind of variable substitution would help me to solve this problem... It's that goddamn e^x^2 which is a part of the integrand... I don't know if I should use polar coordinates either... Please help!(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[itex]\int_{1}^{2} (\int_{x}^{x^3}x^2 e^{y^2}dy)dx + \int_{2}^{8} (\int_{x}^{8}x^2 e^{y^2}dy)dx[/itex]

P.s. The answer is supposedly equal to (1/6)(62e^64+e).

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# Definite double integral of e^x^2

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