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Trouble with integral

  • Thread starter jaredmt
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
integrate e^[(y^2)/2 + lny]


2. Relevant equations



3. The attempt at a solution
i think we learned this in either calc 2 or calc 1 but i cant remember how to do this one. any help would be appreciated
 

Dick

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e^(a+b)=e^a*e^b. e^(ln(y))=y. Use those to simplify the integral. Now do a u substitution.
 
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ooooo ok that was a little easier htan i thought, thanks!
 

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