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If we have the following integral: ##\int_0^ax^xdx## where ##a>0##, is there any way to tell if all real number results will be transcendental? And if not ##a∈R##, would it be possible if we restrict it to only integers?

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# B Is the integral of x^x from 0 to a transcendental?

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