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multiplication rule for integration general form?

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It's known as integration by parts I'll explain you
ok thanks ash its just i forgot it
Let u and v be two functions. we need to find the integral of \[\int uv \] let u be a function which is easily integrable so, the integration of uv is \[\int uv= v\int u-\int (dv \int u)\] where dv is the derivative of v. Do you understand till here?

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yap just wanted the formula thanks ash. oh and if we have x^2e then which will be u and which will v???
e^x is easily integrable, so it'll be u v= x^2 you will have to use this formula twice:)
ok thank you so much ash :)
welcome :D

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