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Asked by Tom Wetherill on 25 May 2013

I am trying to find the integral between 0 and h but matlab keeps telling me that the int is not defined but every integral example i have checked seems to indicate that the integral is programmed into matlab but i can't find it. Is the formula below suitable to find the integral or am i missing something key. Any help would be appreciated.

h=2 Q=int(0,h)

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Answer by Azzi Abdelmalek on 25 May 2013

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You can use a quad function. Example a function `f(x)=x^2+3`

f= @(x) x.^2+3; Q = quad(f,0,10) % Integral between 0 and 10

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is an integral between 0 and h of which function?