I'm trying to integrate a range (9 and 0). I'm trying to compute it in wolfram alpha but I'm not sure how I would go about typing in the range. I know I can type in: ''integral'' and then the problem, but how do I squeeze my range in? Thanks!

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- February 10th 2013, 09:11 AMPazeHelp with wolfram and integrals
I'm trying to integrate a range (9 and 0). I'm trying to compute it in wolfram alpha but I'm not sure how I would go about typing in the range. I know I can type in: ''integral'' and then the problem, but how do I squeeze my range in? Thanks!

- February 10th 2013, 09:12 AMPazeRe: Help with wolfram and integrals
Oh, my. This is one of those moments where you discover your answer right after typing the question. To solve this problem you type in: ''definite integral calculator'' and it will let you choose the limits.

- February 10th 2013, 09:57 PMhollywoodRe: Help with wolfram and integrals
You can also give WolframAlpha something like "integral from 0 to 1 of x^2 dx".

- Hollywood