First make sure that x and c are unassigned variables and then enter the Maple command
This tells Maple that c is a postive real number. (You will see more on using "assume" later.)
Next, calculate the improper definite integral of
for x from 0 to ∞ and assign this to the variable ans1. (Notice that Maple displays c as c~ to indicate it that an assumption has been made about c.)
Finally calculate the limit of c times ans1 as c tends to infinity and enter the limit in the box below. (Enter your answer exactly using Maple syntax, not as a decimal.)
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