evaluate the integral of xe^(-x)
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The given integral is ∫xe-xdx.
In order to calculate the above integral, use integration by parts method.
If u = x and dv =e-xdx, then du = 1.
Integrate both sides of dv =e-xdx as follows.
Calculate the integral l of ∫xe-xdx using inte...
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