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Bill Simpson
05/30/12 4:11pm

If you are looking for an exact closed form solution then it is not looking good

http://integrals.wolfram.com/index.jsp?expr=x%5E4+E%5E%28%28w+x%5E4-w+r+x%2Bm%29%2Fx%29

If you know numeric values for some or all of your parameters then there might be a chance. Or if you know those and would settle for a numeric approximation then a solution might be feasible.

Even without the x in the denominator of the exponent there doesn't appear to be a known solution.

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integral rassul 05/30/12 06:24am
Re: integral Bill Simpson 05/30/12 4:11pm
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