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note: INT = integral and the above and bottom arguments are the bounds for the integral.

infinity

INT [ f(x) ]

-infinity

=

lim a - >-infinity and lim b-> infinity of :

b

INT [f(x)] = pi

a

I am just wondering if the move having two limits in one integral is valid,

as done above. Or would I have to separate it

infinity

INT [ f(x) ]

-infinity

=

lim a - >-infinity and lim b-> infinity of :

b

INT [f(x)] = pi

a

I am just wondering if the move having two limits in one integral is valid,

as done above. Or would I have to separate it

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