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Definite Integrals. Putting limits on a square bracket. [closed]

asked 2015-02-07 21:32:56 +0200

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For the Maths course I am doing, we put the integral sign (long s) and the upper and lower limits of integration (let's call them a and b) above and below, before the integrand. I have no problem doing this in Libre. However, having evaluated the integrand we should put the result into square brackets [ ] again with the upper and lower limits, above and below the closing square bracket.

I can't do this, I can put them on the integral sign but not on anything else. Does anybody know how please?

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answered 2015-02-07 21:52:54 +0200

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updated 2015-02-07 21:55:12 +0200

Left subscript and superscript to scalable brackets isn't done by from {} to {}. Use lsub and lsup written behind the scalable object. Without many words: ask45908LeftIndicesSupSubScalable001.odf

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