the integral of `intpi^edx`

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the integral of `intpi^edx`

Postby Integr88 » Thu 31 March, 2011 21:37

what is the integral of `pi^e` with respect to x which becomes `intpi^edx`
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Re: the integral of `intpi^edx`

Postby barnamah » Thu 31 March, 2011 21:42

the integral of `intpi^edx`
because `pi^e` is a constant, we move it outside of the integral and we have `pi^eintdx`

the answer is `pi^e*x+C=pi^ex+C` where C is a constant
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