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∫ x^3 dx =∫ x^3 dx+∫x^3dx

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I split up integral and got (x^4)/4 and infinity when evaluating using limits. does the integral converge to zero or diverge to infinity minus infinity?

would really appreciate help answering this question.

Thanks

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# Improper intergral, infinite bounds of integration

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