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jocdrummer

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1 = A

^{2}[tex]\int[/tex]e

^{-2(x/a)2}sin

^{2}(kx)

Note: for some reason the integral is showing up as a psi.

where A, a, and k are constants and the integral is from -inf to inf (or 0 to inf with a constant 2 multiplying because the integrand is symmetric)

What I am trying to do is solve for A. For the integral, there aren't any common forms that it matches up with that I am aware of. I've tried IBP but it seems to just get more and more complicated as it goes along. Any suggestions would be awesome.