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if the function that you're integrating goes to infinity ^_^ I guess

Okay! Do you know how to tell if they converge or diverge?

no, it has infinity as one of the limits

it doesnt "go to infinity" :\

but this one also works, my professor said that, or maybe I was day dreaming again ._.

or it could result in division by zero

that's what I meant elec, division by zero = infinity

\[\int\limits_{-\infty}^{\infty } f(x) dx\]
something like that

Does that mean it's improper?

or \[\int\limits_{0}^{1} \frac{e^x}{x}\]

It's improper if there are no limits. The infinity is implied, so it's usually not written.

so both of u guys elecengineer and sstrica r right

lol uzma :)

:)

Thanks guys!

np ^_^

nothing is 100% , there's only 98% elec ^_^

100% = perfection
perfection doesn't exist, but it's good to seek it ^_^

finite number = converge, infinite number = diverge

It diverges if it has an asymptote.

torch aren't you supposed to be in bed by now? Lol

horizontal or vertical?

Thats how you find if it goes to zero or infinity

By using the asymptote?

What's a medal?

Next to my name there's a button. You push it for the person that helped the most or a lot. Haha

oh okayy

Sweet! :) hope that answered your questions!

It did!