Homework Help: Evaluate the antiderivative as a Taylor Series

1. May 6, 2013

brojas7

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Evaluate the anti derivative ∫e^x^2 dx as a Taylor Series

2. Relevant equations

$\frac{f^(n)(a)}{n!}$(x-a)^n

3. The attempt at a solution
Where do I start, Im not sure I understand the question

2. May 6, 2013

SammyS

Staff Emeritus
You need to include an attempt at solving the problem, before anyone can help you.

What is the Taylor series for ex ?

3. May 6, 2013

Ray Vickson

What is the integrand? Is e^x^2 supposed to be $(e^x)^2$, or is it $e^{x^2}?$ If you mean the first one, what you have written is correct (but it would still be better to use parentheses and write (e^x)^2); if you mean the second one it is essential to use parentheses, like this: e^(x^2).

Last edited: May 6, 2013
4. May 6, 2013

SammyS

Staff Emeritus
This thread has been closed until OP gives an appropriate response.