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I want to know how to intergrat e^(-(x^2)/2) . Someone told me to use the intergration of e^x= 1+ x + (x^2) /2!+ ....(X^n)/n! ..... is that sounds right?? and if it is i got pi as an answer for e^(-(x^2)/2) , is that the right answer???

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# Integrating exponential

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