I am attempting to normalize a wave function and need to integrate ##\int A^2*e^{(\lambda^2x^2)} dx## going from -inf to +inf. I tried to integrate this on Wolfram Alpha and this was the result. Upon integrating with the parameters the solution is as such. How does the erfi get removed? Do I need to be familiar with the Dawson function?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Thank you for any help!

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# I Integration leading to ERFI solutions

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