Help with this integral

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Hey, I need to integrate this and I am having troubles with it, here it is

[tex]\int e^((2*pi*j*f*t)-((f^2)/k))) df[/tex]

the integral is with respect to f, you can take j,t and k as normal numbers as they will be constant. Thanks for the help.
 
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Defennder
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Do you mean [tex]\int e^{2\pi jft} - \frac{f^2}{k} df[/tex]?

If so, do you know how to integrate [tex]\int e^{kx} \ dx[/tex] where k is a constant? As well as the power rule for integrals?
 

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