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anais
08/29/06 5:36pm

Hi! I'm a physics student trying to solve to integrals in a half-infinite range:
I_1=\int x^{2}/e^{x}-1 and
I_2=\int x^{3}/e^{x}+1

I'm just have been used mathematica for a few months, and i don't have any idea about how solve this exercises. If anyone have some documentation about this kind of problems in mathematica (or fortran), i'm really appreciate :-)

Thanks for the attentions

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