Posted by **Hannah** on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 10:37am.

Evaluate definite integral from -2 to 0.

Integral((x^2)(e^((x^3)/2)dx)

Do those parentheses make sense? The power of e is x^3 divided by two. Can someone give me the first step, and I'll see if I can get it from there. I don't want to make you just do the problem for me. Thanks!

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