Integral of the function exp(Shi(x))

In summary, the person is seeking help with integrating the function exp(Shi(x)) using Maple, but is unable to get it to work. They also clarify that Shi(x) represents the hyperbolic sine integral function and inquire if it can be substituted with sinh(x). The response is that there is no known integral of eShi(x) in terms of standard functions.
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Seong-Yil Kim
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Hi. I'm trying to integrate the function exp(Shi(x)).
I'm trying to get Maple to do the integral, but I can't get it to work.

Can anybody help me? Thank you for your time.


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Hanaloum.
 
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Welcome to PF!

Hi Hanaloum! Welcome to PF! :smile:
Seong-Yil Kim said:
Hi. I'm trying to integrate the function exp(Shi(x)).
I'm trying to get Maple to do the integral, but I can't get it to work.

What is Shi(x)? :confused:

Do you mean sinh(x)? If so, there's no integral of esinh(x) in terms of standard functions. :redface:
 
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ah … in that case, there's no integral of eShi(x) in terms of standard functions.
 

Related to Integral of the function exp(Shi(x))

What is the definition of the integral of the function exp(Shi(x))?

The integral of the function exp(Shi(x)) is a mathematical operation that calculates the area under the curve of the function exp(Shi(x)) over a given interval. It is represented by the symbol ∫ exp(Shi(x)) dx and is an important concept in calculus.

What is the relationship between the integral of exp(Shi(x)) and the antiderivative of the function?

The integral of exp(Shi(x)) is equal to the antiderivative of the function, which is the function whose derivative is exp(Shi(x)). In other words, the integral of exp(Shi(x)) is the inverse operation of differentiation.

What is the significance of the integral of exp(Shi(x)) in real-world applications?

The integral of exp(Shi(x)) has many real-world applications, including calculating the displacement, velocity, and acceleration of objects in motion, finding the area under a curve in physics and engineering problems, and determining the total change in a quantity over time in economics and finance.

What are the different methods for solving the integral of exp(Shi(x))?

There are several methods for solving the integral of exp(Shi(x)), including substitution, integration by parts, and partial fractions. The choice of method depends on the complexity of the function and the desired level of accuracy.

How can the integral of exp(Shi(x)) be used to solve differential equations?

The integral of exp(Shi(x)) can be used to solve differential equations by finding the antiderivative of the function on both sides of the equation. This allows for the general solution of the differential equation to be determined, which can then be used to find specific solutions for different initial conditions.

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