I am trying to integrate from 0 to 8(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

C (t)e^-rt

and C(t) is equal to 50t^1/2 (50 times the square root of t)

I was thinking I could use an infinite series method, the one in the form of e to the x, and my x would be -rt. But if I decide to go that route, then what would I do with 50t^1/2 ?

What do you all think?

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# VERY hard integral (atleast to me)

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