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Prof Sabi

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How to Integrate it:::

∫e^(ax²+bx+c)dx

Or in general e raised to quadratic or any polynomial. I am trying hard to recall but I couldn't recall this integration. I tried using By-parts but the integration goes on and on.

∫e^(ax²+bx+c)dx

Or in general e raised to quadratic or any polynomial. I am trying hard to recall but I couldn't recall this integration. I tried using By-parts but the integration goes on and on.