Definition:Limits of Integration/Technical Note

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Technical Note for Limits of Integration

The $\LaTeX$ code for \(\intlimits {\dfrac {\map f s} s} {s \mathop = 1} {s \mathop = a}\) is \intlimits {\dfrac {\map f s} s} {s \mathop = 1} {s \mathop = a} .


When the expression being evaluated fits into the line and does not expand upwards or downwards much, the square brackets become similarly small, so making the expression difficult to read, thus:

The $\LaTeX$ code for \(\intlimits {\map f s} {s \mathop = 1} {s \mathop = a}\) is \intlimits {\map f s} {s \mathop = 1} {s \mathop = a} .


Hence we have another command use bigger square brackets:

The $\LaTeX$ code for \(\bigintlimits {\map f s} {s \mathop = 1} {s \mathop = a}\) is \bigintlimits {\map f s} {s \mathop = 1} {s \mathop = a} .


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