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In the statement of the theorem, "equals to" should be "equals" instead.

The proof would be *much* easier to follow if, towards the beginning of the entry, something like an align environment were used to align the ='s.

Most people are unfamiliar with the use of /_0^R (in the third to last step of the first set of computations). Please add a link to the entry that explains that notation.

The last statement of the proof does not match the statement of the theorem. The proof should end with the statement that the integral from -\infty to \infty equals the square root of pi. Maybe after the proof, you can state as a corollary that the integral from 0 to \infty equals half the square root of pi.

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