With D-int, you can compute double integrals by clicking on the region of integration. The difficult work of determining integral bounds is thus reduced to the minimum. Examples.

First step: give the curves which will bound the region of integration. First curves of the form y=f (x) : enter one function per line, without the header `y='.

next, vertical lines (if there are), given by x=x1, x=x2, ...: enter the values x1, x2, ..., separated by commas.

The plotting zone: lexle, leyle. (This zone also serves to delimit the region of integration.)

Size of the plot:

 : determine the function and the region to integrate.

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