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evaluate the integral analytically.

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you can use eulers theorem to solve this e^(ix) = cos(x) + i *sin(x) .. then solve and take the real part.. or you can also use IBP twice to solve this ...
We didn't learn Euler's theorem, only IBP, but I couldn't get the answer

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It's e^2x :) Yes, I did that..
sorry i made a mistake in the previous solution ... I am still gettin g to terms with this web ,.,.
What do you mean by analytically? Can't you do Integration by parts?
I'm shaky on IBP
this would be clear
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Just do double by parts
yeah just like shaan did it
wow i believe iitk is for IIT Kanpur? are you really from iit kanpur?
yeah .. i passed out some years ago..

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