# Integral 3 Matlab – Integration Of Function Of 3 Variables

MATLAB provides several functions for the numerical evaluation of integrals. These functions are QUAD, QUADL, QUADV, DBLQUAD, and TRIPLEQUAD. Below is an example on how to implement a double integral using the DBLQUAD function. This shows how to solve the integral of f(x,y)dydx for the ranges of x going from xmin to xmax, and y going from ymin to ymax:
The first step is to build the function to be evaluated. The function must return a vector output when vector input is passed to it. You must also consider which variable is in the inner integral, and which belongs in the outer integral. In our example, the inner variable is y and the outer variable is x (the order in the integral is dydx).

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The first argument is the handle of the integrand function. If you have defined this function as an anonymous function, no “
Note that if you are using a version of MATLAB older than MATLAB 7.0 (R14), you will need to use a function file or an inline function. To use a function file, try the following:
Also, note that the QUADV function was introduced in MATLAB 7.0 (R14), so it will not be available if you are using an older version.

Is it possible to perform double integration where the inner variable limits are a function of the value of the outer variable?

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