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Units[Natural][int] - definite and indefinite integration in the Natural Units environment

Calling Sequence

int(expr, x)

int(expr, x=a..b)

Parameters

expr

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algebraic expression

x

-

name or name multiplied by a unit

a, b

-

algebraic expressions

Description

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In the Natural Units environment, the int function integrates an expression with respect to a name that can have a unit.  The result is the integral of the expression, with respect to the variable of integration, with a unit, the integrand unit multiplied by the variable of integration unit if any.

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Any endpoints must be unit-free and are assumed to have the units of the variable of integration.

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For other properties, see the global function int.

Examples

Note: In Maple 2015 and later versions, units are not surrounded by double brackets.

withUnits[Natural]:

3.532x2W

3.532x2W

(1)

int,xs

1.177333333x3J

(2)

32x2ft+7xinch+45m

6096625x2+8895000x+45m

(3)

int,xm

2032625x3+88910000x2+45xm2

(4)

4x43x+2

4x43x+2

(5)

int,xs

45x532x2+2xs

(6)

See Also

int, Units, Units/Natural, Units[Natural][diff]


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