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This is the 15th video in a series of 21 by Dr Vincent Knight of Cardiff University. It's very easy in LaTeX to write an integral—for example, to write the integral of x-squared from zero to pi, we simply use:

$$\int{0}^{\pi}x^2 \,dx$$

To try this for yourself, click here to open the 'Integrals' example.