Maths  Integration
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Find the exact value of the intergal with limits 1 and 0 respectively for the x^2 e^2x dx.

use integration by parts twice to get
∫x^2 e^2x dx = 1/4 e^2x (2x^2  2x + 1)
so, 1/4 (e^2  1)
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