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Integrate the following: \( \large \frac{1}{\sqrt{2 \Pi}}e^{- \frac{u^2}{2}} \)

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It doesn't have an elementary anti-derivative.
hmmm so what wld the answer be?
Find the Maclaurin series and then integrate that, if you want to make approximations.

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It looks like some sort of probability function.
Nahhhh Forget it. Its stats so I will normalize it
Thanks :)
you'll need to know gamma functions to evaluate that integral...
that too if you have limits from 0 to infinity...that is definite integration
Actually its a normal distribution so I didnt realize but I had a table in the back of my book giving me the exact values :)

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