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Given two real numbers x1 and x2, calculate an approximation to the integral of e-x^2 evaluated between the limits from x1 to x2, which is accurate to the nearest 0.00001. Return the answer in a String, as a fixed point number with exactly five digits to the right of the decimal point and exactly one digit to the left of the decimal point.
For example: x1 = -0.5 and x2 = 0.5 returns "0.92256"
|-||The integral of a function is the area inside the closed figure formed by (on the top) the function between the limits of x=x1 and x=x2, (on the sides) vertical line segments at x=x1 and x=x2, and (on the bottom) the portion of the x axis between x=x1 and x=x2. This is shown by the shaded area above (the graph shows the function we are integrating, e-x^2).|
|-||The integral of e-x^2 is known to have no closed form, so don't waste time looking in a table of integrals for an exact formula.|
|-||Because of the 2e-6 constraint, about 40% of randomly chosen x1 and x2 values will be too close to a possible rounding error and will be rejected. This is not an error. It gives you more room for numerical errors.|
|-||x1 will be less than x2.|
|-||x2-x1 will be between 0.00001 and 1.00000 inclusive.|
|-||x1 will be between -10.0 and 10.0 inclusive.|
|-||x2 will be between -10.0 and 10.0 inclusive.|
|-||To avoid rounding errors the inputs x1 and x2 must be chosen so that the answer is not within 2e-6 of 0.000005 + a multiple of 0.00001|