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Erik Neumann
12/08/99 06:22am

Hi, you know how after you've computed an integral, the math prof puts a vertical line to the right of the result and writes the limits of integration at top and bottom of this line? It means ''evaluate this expression at the following limits''.

I can't figure out a way to put this into a Mathematica inline formula expression (in a text field). I've seen a character called ''vline'' and when I first click it, there is a nice vertical line which looks just right. But if I add the upper & lower limits to it (ie. a super & sub script) then the vline shrinks to a tiny little line and doesn't look right at all.

Thanks for any help,
erikn@usa.net

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Need symbol for "evaluating integral" Erik Neumann 12/08/99 06:22am
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