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## Homework Statement

I spoke to a few people and pretty much everyone but me seem to know what is going on with a few questions. This question was one of the ones I stared blankly for a few minutes and then wrote down an answer

[tex]\int_{0}^{2} e^{x^2} d\theta[/tex]

## The Attempt at a Solution

Look, it is with respect to theta, no x (not that you can even integrate it if it is x...)

I read some MVC on my own so I didn't have "too much" trouble with it, but I just wondered why it was put on a Calc II exam...

I asked the professor if it was a typo (twice) and he shooked his head saying "nope".

So solving you should get [tex]2e^{x^2}[/tex]

Now my question is, (well I have more than one...)

1. Am I right?

2. If not, what single variable calculus techniques do you use to find the solution?