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## Integrating using Octave

**From**: |
Mike Straw |

**Subject**: |
Integrating using Octave |

**Date**: |
Wed, 16 Apr 2003 05:29:03 -0500 |

`I'm new to Octave and after reading the FAQ and user's guide, I'm still
``unclear on how to do basic integration using Octave. I don't know if I'm
``misreading the manual, or if it's not even talking about the basic
``integration I want to do.
`
For example, I want to find the integral from t=0 to 1 of:
[t*sqrt(1+4t^2)]dt
How would I do this in Octave?
Thanks in advance.
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**Integrating using Octave**,
*Mike Straw* **<=**