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    Vertical line (between a and b)

    I'm looking for a way to represent the vertical line after you take an integral showing the bounds on it.

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    [tex]\left. {x^2 + x} \right|_0^1[/tex] gives \left. {x^2  + x} \right|_0^1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eXist View Post
    I'm looking for a way to represent the vertical line after you take an integral showing the bounds on it.

    Ex:
    More ways to skin a cat:

    \Big{\vert}

    {x^2 + x}\; \Big{\vert}_0^1

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    Thanks both of you
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