Display Area Between Y=F(X) and X Axis.

AREA_UNDER_CURVE is a MATLAB function which displays the area under a curve, that is, the points (x,y) between the X axis and the curve Y=F(X).


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AREA_UNDER_CURVE is available in a MATLAB version.

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Source Code:

Examples and Tests:

F1 is the function y=3/4 (1-x^2), between -1.5 and +1.5.

F2 is the function y=2x between 0.0 and +1.0.

F3 is the function y=exp(-x) between 0.0 and +3.0.

F4 is the function y=exp(-0.5*(x-5)^2) between 0.0 and +7.0.

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Last revised on 24 February 2013.