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Improper integral

An improper integral is the limit of a defined integral when one or both endpoint of the integration interval approach a specific non-real number, like +∞ or −∞. In addition, a defined integral is improper when the integrating function of this integral is not continuous over the entire integration interval. Both situations can also occur at the same time.



Explanation

 


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