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**Hardest Integral you will ever do!**

int(exp(-a*r^2+a*r*x*cos(theta))*r))

This is a double integral over a keystone shape in polar coordinates. (so limits are finite, and not a complete circle).

I've tried all sorts of things. I am not even sure if there is an analytic solution. Is there away to show there isn't one?