# definite integral sign [closed]

Please, how do I get sign for definite integral (from x1 to x2)?

Many thanks!!!

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definite integral sign [closed]

Please, how do I get sign for definite integral (from x1 to x2)?

Many thanks!!!

close date 2015-11-03 21:15:31.478147

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Hint: Go to the file menu **Insert** → **Object** → **Formula**. The view will change slightly, and you should have a pop-up window with different operators. Play with that window, clicking on different buttons to see what happens and find exactly what you need.

However, to answer the question as asked: I believe you're looking for the `from {}`

and `to {}`

construct.

- Go to
**Insert**→**Object**→**Formula**. In the bottom horizontal window, type

`int from { -infinity } to { infinity } left ( { x^2 } cdot y^{ -2 } right ) {dx}`

That should produce something like .

Asked: ** 2013-07-09 18:55:07 +0100 **

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Last updated: **Jul 10 '13**

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