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    Definite Integral Notation

    Looked for this all over the web. If you wanted to say "evaluated at "b" upper bound, and "a" lower bound" (assuming the integral had already been solved, except for plugging in limits) then how could you express as latex?

    \int_{a}^{b} 3 dx

    = 3x evaluated at "b" upper bound, and "a" lower bound.
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    Re: Definite Integral Notation

    You mean, something like this?

    3x \big|^b_a : 3x \big|^b_a

    3x \bigg|^b_a : 3x \bigg|^b_a
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    Re: Definite Integral Notation

    Yes, that's what I needed.
    Last edited by Jason76; Mar 5th 2015 at 09:40 AM.
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