I'm taking QM next semester and I'm studying Griffiths to get a leg up. I've noticed so far that a lot of the problems aren't hard per say but instead just require the integration of annoying functions. The kinda of stuff I hated to do in Calc II because I got a Disgraphia. As a matter of fact I hate most things done by hand. So instead I just write out the integral and use Wolfram to solve it. I believe I understand most of the derivations and even do the derivations by myself even if they are long. I can't stand though doing practice problems where I got to do a lot of integration by hand. Am I committing a huge physics sin by doing this?