How to use Latex to display Integrals

We will see how to use Latex to display Integrals.

An equation is a numbered formula displayed on a single typeset line.
Equations are typed in an equation environment.

The equation environment and displaymath environment are exactly the same except that the equation environment assigns a number to the displayed formula

How to use Latex to display Integrals

Using Latex, this example is typed as:

\begin{equation}\label{E:int}
\int_{-\infty}^{\infty} e^{-x^{2}} \, dx = \sqrt{\pi}
\end{equation}

How to use Latex to display Integrals

Producing Integrals using \limits command of Latex

The lower limit of Integrals is typeset as a subscript and the upper limit is typeset as a superscript. To force the limits below and above the integral symbol, use the \limits command. The \nolimits command does the reverse.

Let’s typeset the following integral equation:

we have to type

Type this to get integral equation using Latex

How to produce variants of the basic integral symbol

There are five commands to produce variants of the basic integral symbol:
\oint \iint \iiint \iiiint \idotsint
which typeset as:

How to produce variants of the basic integral symbol
How to use Latex to display Integrals
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