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How do you do this

 

\(\int\;x^{4/x}\;dx\)

 

Thanks in advance :)

 Oct 31, 2016
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Integrate x^(4/x)

 

(no result found in terms of standard mathematical functions)

 Oct 31, 2016
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I have had a long look at this one - I think the integral is intractable.Which means you can't solve it algebraically.   Did this one crop up in a text book?

 Oct 31, 2016
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Thanks guests

I don't remember where it came from. I asked it once before, a very long time ago. I got no responses.

I saw it in my watchlist and I just thought I'd ask again. :)

 Nov 1, 2016

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