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I am in Calculus II now, and after studying several techniques to integrate functions I started wondering about functions that either cannot be integrated or are so time consuming and complex to integrate that it becomes impractical.

How do we study such functions? Can we still gather information about the function?

Thanks,

Trdiayw

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# Functions that cannot be integrated

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