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Is there an Excel object used to perform mathematical integration of one and
two variables?

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Check out the below link and the sample spreadsheet

http://oregonstate.edu/~haggertr/487/integrate.htm

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Is there an Excel object used to perform mathematical integration of one and
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I suggest to use Wolfram Alpha and not Excel...
At least try to create an automated web lookup to Wolfram Alpha to get
a closed form of the integration function (if possible) and then
continue in Excel.

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See
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Is there an Excel object used to perform mathematical integration of one and
two variables?


Hi O.

Excel can't solve indefinite integrals,
but definite integrals of one variable are not difficult.
See a method in ...
from a few days ago in this group.

I have tried to implement extension to more integration variables,
with no succes. That would be rather slow anyway.

Hans T


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"Hans Terkelsen" <dk wrote in message ...
....

See a method in ...
from a few days ago in this group.
....
Sorry, bad link, try
http://groups.google.com/group/micro...8732ff292c7021

Subject: area under the graph, Integral in Excel
from 11. aug

Hans T.


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