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This is a definite integral. You will not be able to find the antiderivative you are looking for, and must use other methods.Hello, I just need some slight help on how to go about the integration of this problem in terms of x as I cant seem to find out how to integrate e^x^5. Thank you

What course is this for? What techniques have you been learning?

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Here is how I know you couldn't find the indefinite integral without special techniques:

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Here is how I know you couldn't find the indefinite integral without special techniques:

I just tried changing the order of integration and I

@h0kashi0 have you learnt about this technique? If so then I'd start with a sketch of the relevant x,y region which helps to get the new limits correct.

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I attempted to swap the order of integration and found the boundaries that I wrote down. But when integrating with respect to y, it came back with the e^x^5 term and i can't seem to integrate it again with respect to x. Is it okay to see if the boundaries I worked out were wrong?