I can do the gaussian function fine on 0-infinity, but I dunno how to do this. Integration by parts doesn't really help, so I tried expressing the cos as exponentials and piddled and fiddled and floundered, and here I am. I know what the answer is, but I can't get there(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Integral of e^(-as^2)cos(Bs)ds from 0-infinity

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