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chrismariesan

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i integrated but the answer i get is e^-lambdax from 0 to infinity

so e^0 is 1

and you will have 1-e^-lambda(x) where x is infinity

how does this come out to be -1?

please explain to me...i think i just forgot a rule

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chrismariesan

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i integrated but the answer i get is e^-lambdax from 0 to infinity

so e^0 is 1

and you will have 1-e^-lambda(x) where x is infinity

how does this come out to be -1?

please explain to me...i think i just forgot a rule

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