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who here can do integrals :s and hard ones

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http://www.wolframalpha.com ;)
\[\int\limits_{?}^{?}e ^{cosx}\]
i only use wolfram wen i have no idea wut to do

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Lol. I can't see very well the function
put cos x = u
i just didnt take them off
but ye this integral is impossible right? unless u do something imaginary or unnecessary
yeah, it doesn't have closed form.... not in any standard mathematical function....
the function is \[e^{\cos x}\], isn't it? I guess you can do it with series. Remember, if a function is continuous (like this), THEN is integrable.
yes thats the function

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