# Non exact integral

#### orthovector

and exact integral is listed this way in LATEX symbols

$$\int dU$$

how do you write an inexact integral using LATEX symbols such as the integral of dW????

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uhhh,, hello????

#### MATLABdude

If you mean a path integral (the one denoted with either a subscript C on the integral or a circle in the middle of the integral) you might want to look here:
http://latex.wikia.com/wiki/Integral

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