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I want to computate the integral:

\int_T(x=0)^T(x=L) k(T(x))\,dT(x)

Anyone can help??

\int_T(x=0)^T(x=L) k(T(x))\,dT(x)

Anyone can help??

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I want to computate the integral:

\int_T(x=0)^T(x=L) k(T(x))\,dT(x)

Anyone can help??

\int_T(x=0)^T(x=L) k(T(x))\,dT(x)

Anyone can help??

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You can use TeX here:

$$\int_{T(x=0)}^{T(x=L)} k(T(x))\,dT(x)$$

What is k?

$$\int_{T(x=0)}^{T(x=L)} k(T(x))\,dT(x)$$

What is k?

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