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    I have been working on this for several days but getting nowhere. Any help would be great.

    \begin{align}
    &\int_0^x dy\,y^2 \cos(y^2) C^2 \!\!\left(\!\frac{\sqrt{2}\,y}{\sqrt\pi}\!\right)
    \end{align}

    In reality only the first one is causing me troubles, however I have pasted the entire expression as it might lead to some cancellations. Any help would be welcome. $C()$ is the Fresnel integral.
    Last edited by johnglenn; December 27th, 2016 at 18:13.

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