I'm trying to type in a problem on sage but I cant remember what the write abbreviation or anything is or how to look at them all. I want to intergrate a problem. Does anyone know the right wording for that?
Here is an example of how to do an indefinite integral using Sage:
The first term is the function that you are integrating (in this case $y=x^2$). The second term is the variable that you are integrating with respect to (in this case $x$; this represents $dx$). Here is an example of a definite integral:
The 0 and 1 are the lower and upper limits, respectively. If you want to type this in $\LaTeX$, you would type:
$\int_0^1 x^2 dx$
This looks like: $\int_0^1 x^2 dx$. I hope that helps. If you have more questions, please let me know.
What if I want to integrate the function (f(x))?
sorry i meant the function sin(x) from the interval (0,1) how would that look in latex?
haha just got it before you put it up.
One last question I've defined f(x) for the first couple of questions but I'm having a hard time plotting the functions from (-5,5).