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I don't know how to integrate e^(t^2) like that. Im thinking that it become e^(t^2+1) with some constant in front of the whole expression.

And then with A) I just don't know how to begin.

A kick in the right direction would help. Thanks.

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# Integration, Limits, and e^(x)

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