# matlab symbolic integration

To perform symbolic integration in MATLAB, you can use the `int`

function. Here's the syntax:

```
int(expression, variable)
```

`expression`

is the mathematical expression you want to integrate.`variable`

is the variable with respect to which you want to integrate.

For example, let's say you want to integrate the expression `x^2`

with respect to `x`

. The code would be:

```
syms x
int(x^2, x)
```

The result would be `x^3/3 + C`

, where `C`

is the constant of integration.

Keep in mind that the `int`

function in MATLAB performs symbolic integration, which means it gives you the exact result in terms of mathematical expressions. If the integration cannot be performed symbolically, MATLAB will return an unresolved integral.

Please note that the information provided here is based on the search results and my knowledge as a language model.