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## Homework Statement

Find the integral of x(e^-x) evaluated at 1 to inf

## Homework Equations

int by parts

## The Attempt at a Solution

I tried setting u=e^-x and dv=x dx

So then du=-(e^-x)(-1)=e^-x

and v= (x^2)/2

When plugging in uv - integral (v du)

I get another product for the integral which (x^2)/2 * (e^-x)

How do I get out of this?