Look to this indefinite integral →∫e^(sin(x))dx(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Antiderivative or integral could not be found.and impossible to solve.

Look to this definite integral

∫e^(sin(x))dx (Upper bound is π and Lower bound is zero)=??

my question is : can we find any solution for this integral (definite integral) ??

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# Indefinite and definite integral of e^sin(x) dx

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