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Integral and surface
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Hello,
First i apologize for my poor english.
I would like to know how to have the surface of a function like:
z(x,y)=integral(f(t),0,g(x,y))
The problem is that geogebra always take x as integral variable, i would like to change it in t.
Then i would like to change the limit of integration to a variable of x and y, in order to have the surface of it.
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hello
use the CAS view
Hi, Unfortunately, for each point (x, y) of the space the integral is not numerically counted as, for example, in http://mathworld.wolfram.co....
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