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solve the integral ∫[(x^2)/(2^x)]dx evaluating from infinity to 0

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

using integration by parts I get this: ([(ln(2)x]^2 + 2ln(2)x +2)/(2^x)[ln(2)]^3

and a really big headache

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# Homework Help: Need help solving the integral: (x^2)/(2^x)

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