Writing integral with bounds `int_2^5 ln(x^2+2)dx`

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Writing integral with bounds `int_2^5 ln(x^2+2)dx`

Postby barnamah » Fri 22 April, 2011 09:07

Writing integral with bounds `int_2^5`

For integral just use int.
Example: `int2xdx`
Syntax: \`intdxdx\`

Fro integral with bounds for lower bound use _2 and upper bound 5 use int_2^5
Example `int_2^5sinxdx`
Syntax: \`int_2^5sinxdx\`

If the bound has letter and or function, use parenthesis
Example `int_(pi/3)^(pi/4)sinxdx`
Syntax: \`int_(pi/3)^(pi/4)sinxdx\`
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