I am trying to get this integral but no clues about how to proceed(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex] \int exp(-x)/x dx [/tex]

with limits from 0 to t ( any real number, non infinity)

I know of the limits are from t to infinity, there is a standard integral known as Ei(x). please help/share ideas in solving this!

Regards and Thanks

Piyush

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# Integral Help exp (-x)/x with 0 to t limits

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