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How can we express ∫exp(x^2)dx from a to b?

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We know that we can express the ∫exp(-x^2)dx from a to b in terms of error function. However, How we can express ∫exp(x^2)dx from a to b?
Can we calculate this integral?

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Re: An Integral

exp(x^2) has no elementary antiderivative, its definite integral can be approximated using numerical integration only ...
 

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