## brownian stochastic integral [closed]

I´m just starting with stochastic calculus and i found this integral and don´t know how to solve it

∫(e^(2t))dB(t)dt

I appreciate any help

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Ibhar- This isn't really the right sort of question for MathOverflow. This doesn't seem like a research-level question, and it will be very hard to answer without more details. – Ben Webster Mar 4 2011 at 5:58
It's a deterministic integrand, so the distribution is Gaussian. You can use the Ito isometry to find the variance. The mean is 0. – Simon Lyons Mar 4 2011 at 12:58