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How can I integrate 2x^2*exp(x^3)?

exp(x^3) has no elementary antiderivative, does it?

exp(x^3) has no elementary antiderivative, does it?

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How can I integrate 2x^2*exp(x^3)?

exp(x^3) has no elementary antiderivative, does it?

exp(x^3) has no elementary antiderivative, does it?

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Yes, you can integrate [tex]\int 2x^{2} e^{x^{3}} dx[/tex] by parts.

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VietDao29

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No, weYes, you can integrate [tex]\int 2x^{2} e^{x^{3}} dx[/tex] by parts.

A simple u-substitution should work, let u = x

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My apologies. :) I didn't look at the x^2 term that well.

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Try d/dx (e^[x^3])

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Could you imagine doing that by parts!?

It would take two steps, and be all long. Oh boy.

It would take two steps, and be all long. Oh boy.

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