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Dear Community,

I have one equation and one unknown but the unknown is imbedded in an integral.

For example:

x +5 = x^2 + integral (x*y2)dy (boundary from 0,1)

I would like to solve for x using lsqnonlin but unsure how to incorporate the integral into it.

Please help!

Thanks!

Amisha