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    (a) Find the integral between o and infinity (upper)of
    e^-x^2 dx . Use the above to prove that T(/2)= sqare root of pi

    where T represents the gamma function

    (b) Find the integral of x^3.e^-x^2 dx between the boundaries 0 and infinity (upper)

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    There are two examples of finding integrals in this solution.