Symbolic intergration in Matlab using INT command?

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Symbolic intergration in Matlab using "INT" command?

Hello,

I am a bit confused a to when should we use the Symbolic intergration using "INT" command in Matlab ?

Thanks
 

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hii

also and me,
But ,I think at the time when change to symbolic multiplication (*)...


with my best wishes...!!
 
ACT
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hii

also and me,
But ,I think at the time when change to symbolic multiplication (*)...


with my best wishes...!!
sorry but i don't understand ur reply!
 
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the format in matlab is
int( function, 'variable' ).
For example, to calculate the integral from 1 to 100, the object function is [tex]x^2 + \sin (x)[/tex], you should do following:
1. define the function as
f = 'x ^ 2 + sin(x)';
2. integral
int( f, 'x', 1, 100 )
 

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