given that ∫ e^(-x^2) dx=√∏, calculate the exact value of ∫ e^-((x-a)^2)/c dx(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

limits of integration for both are from negative infinity to infinity.

I dont even know where to start on this one. I know how to integrate regular functions. How can I find the exact value for an integral I can't even integrate?

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# Integration when given the exact value of an un-integratable function

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