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someone plz show me how to integrate this

integral from 0 to x of e^(-t^2)

Thanks

integral from 0 to x of e^(-t^2)

Thanks

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someone plz show me how to integrate this

integral from 0 to x of e^(-t^2)

Thanks

integral from 0 to x of e^(-t^2)

Thanks

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Tide

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[tex]erf(x) = \frac {2}{\sqrt \pi} \int_0^{x} e^{-t^2} dt[/tex]

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I^2 = 2pi.int^x_0 r.e^(-r^2)dr

which is easy.

Think it's also called the guassian integral or probability integral and must be one of the most common integrals, comes up all the time in stats etc...

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What Tide means is that the antiderivative of [itex]e^{-x^2}[/itex] can't be expressed with elementary functions alone.

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