# Integrating a matrix?

1. Dec 14, 2007

### excalibur313

Hi everyone. I was curious how I could integrate a matrix. Is it just as simple as separately integrating each of the entities of the matrix, or is it more complex than that?

2. Dec 14, 2007

### rocomath

wow u can do that? :O

3. Dec 14, 2007

### rock.freak667

Well to differentiate a matrix, you would differentiate of all the entries...so i guess integrating would just be integrating each element

http://comp.uark.edu/~jjrencis/femur/Learning-Modules/Linear-Algebra/mtxcalc/integration/integration.html [Broken]

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4. Dec 14, 2007

### rocomath

very interesting, what class do i do that in? linear algebra?

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5. Dec 14, 2007

### excalibur313

I think so, but I am covering it in quantum mechanics. Thanks for the help!