Hey I'm typing out my math homework, and I've run into some notation that I'm kind of confused about:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I need to know how to show the bounds of an integral after you've taken the antiderivative. Kind of like this:

Integral (bounds: 0 to 2) of x^2 = [1/3x^3] (0 to 2).

The actual notation might look like this:

--------|2

1/3x^3|

--------|0

Sorry if I have this in the wrong forum; I didn't see any designated for LaTeX.

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# Show the bounds of an integral in LaTeX

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