# Integration of e^x^2 (1 Viewer)

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#### mdnazmulh

there is no antiderivative of e$$^{x^{2}}$$ . So, im puzzled how to evaluate the following integration. help me

$$\int e^{x^{2}} dx$$

show me the steps if you have solved it.

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#### tiny-tim

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… to boldly go …

ah, but that only works for the complete integral from 0 to ∞, doesn't it?
And if it's e^(-x^2). The integral of e^(x^2) from 0 to infinity is obviously divergent.
… still works … !

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