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What is the command used in Matlab for integration?

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hi to all,

what is the command used in matlab for integration. can anyone explain me that.
i need to take integration for a particular point in 30×30 matrix.

plz somone help me..
 

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matlab help

ex is a 2d matrix and it contains constant values.
if i use the int() it gives that it is not appropriate method for int.

i need to find voltage at a particular point.

v=integral of (e. dl)
is the formula for finding voltage from electric field.
dl is a small distant in the 2d matrix.
 

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Re: matlab help

I have to say that your question is extremely confusing. The reason I said that is because you keep talking about "matrix" and "integral" in the same post. I am not saying they don't belong to the same context at all, but you can always deal with them entry by entry if you want the integral of each component. If you think it's necessary to mention those two terms in the same post, I don't think others can really understand you unless you clearly write down all the functions and equations.
 

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Re: matlab help

hi

you can use the int command for integration

good luck
 

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