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Intergral from 0 to 1 of (5x^4 * e^-x)dx

 Oct 3, 2020
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5x^4 * e^-x)dx

 

\(\displaystyle\int_0^1 (5x^4 * e^{-x})dx\\ \)

 

I did this with several applications of Integration by Parts.

I ended up with

 

\(\frac{-325}{e}-120\)         but I most likely made several careless mistakes along the way. 

 Oct 3, 2020
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Just one careless mistake Melody, it should be \(-\frac{325}{e}+120\)

Alan  Oct 3, 2020
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Well that wasn't so bad. Thanks Alan.

Melody  Oct 3, 2020

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