# Integrating Complex Exponentials

1. Aug 6, 2011

### americanforest

The integral of a complex exponential ( e^(ix) ) over x from 0 to infinity is supposedly such that the value of the definite integral at the upper limit is zero and so it's just -1/i. Why is this? It's just an oscillating function after all.

Last edited: Aug 6, 2011
2. Aug 6, 2011

### americanforest

Nevermind, I figured it out a way to prove it.