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int_ e^(1/x^2) / x^3 dx

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    \[(-1/2)e^{1/x^2}\]

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    can you explain the steps

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    Sorry. The computer program I use doesn't show the solution steps. There was a two volume series titled, The Differential Equations Problem Solver, Vol 1 and Vol 2, by the Research and Education Association available used at one time. I am holding Vol 1: ISBN 0-87891-513-3 They claimed that they had solved about any problem class that would be presented in an academic test. I am 67 years old and if I were attempt to solve some of the problems on this site with pencil and paper then I would probably be running out into the street with my hair on fire.

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