converge (to what number) or diverge:
integral from -infinity to infinity of e^-x^2 dx

converge (to what number) or diverge:
integral from -infinity to infinity of e^-x^2 dx

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converges to 2sqrt(pi) i guess.

never mind, i see my mistake, thanks!

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=integrate+e%5E-x%5E2+from+-inf+to+%2B+inf

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