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how to write code for intergral with two variables?

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akdlcnd3gh on 17 May 2020
Answered: Surya Talluri on 12 Aug 2020
I want to plot this function
f={(1+cos(w))*cos(w*x)}/(pi^2-w^2)+sin(w)*sin(w*x)/(pi^2-w^2)
int(f,w,0,n)
so i wrote code for this function
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x=-3:0.01:3;
syms w
A=(1+cos(w))*cos(w*x);
B=sin(w)*sin(w*x);
C=pi^2-w^2;
f=A/C+B/C;
F5=int(f,'w',0,5)
plot(x,F5)
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then the process did not finish. what's wrong on my code?
and how to plot this function?

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Surya Talluri
Surya Talluri on 12 Aug 2020
I understand that you are trying to get integral values at 600 values of x, which is taking so much time to run. You can use “fplot” function to plot any symbolic expressions in required interval.
syms w x
pi = sym(pi)
A=(1+cos(w))*cos(w*x);
B=sin(w)*sin(w*x);
C=pi^2-w^2;
f=A/C+B/C
F5=int(f,w,0,5)
fplot(F5, [-3, 3])

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