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My problem is that i cannot get a correct syntax

My problem is that i cannot get a correct integration from a certian funkiton. i have a given V(t) in vectorform and each line has now to be iintegrated to get the stemmfuction: first one is 4*sin(5*x+3)
obvious its pretty easy to get the stemmfunction but i need to know how it works with the calcutlato, the solution of the calculator always has some kin of pii in it... thx in advance

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Hello,
I do not speak Goethe's language, so I am not sure what your stammfunktion really means. I expect you will not hold it against me if I do not address your real question.

The syntax for a definite integral is as follows
Integral sign ( function expression , starting point, end point, tolerance )
No need to put the differential dx. Do not forget the commas.

Hope it helps.


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