7.8 Improper Integrals .pdf - Impropertntegrafsi EI f e ff dx p over AN dx p function has infinite interval an infinite discontinuity ftp.e I t t.te xdx

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YeeµAreaofinfinitestripsIWedefinIdxmIfdDtireifeng.detiarea2fIoLiftill.ITiii.fjinxdxAn improper integral is convergent if the limiting process results in a finite limit. Otherwise, the improper integral is divergent, which means the question doesn’t actually have an assigned answer.Example: Determine if the improper integral is convergent of divergent. Evaluate if it’s convergent.
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