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evaluate the integral of xe^(-x)

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Step 2

**Calculation:**

The given integral is ∫*xe ^{-x}dx.*

In order to calculate the above integral, use integration by parts method.

If *u = x* and *dv =e ^{-x}dx*, then

Integrate both sides of *dv =e ^{-x}dx *as follows.

Step 3

Calculate the integral l of ∫*xe-xdx *using inte...

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