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Old 03-14-11, 02:35 AM   #1
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How to enter a definite double integral in openoffice?

Does anybody here know what the syntax is to enter a double definite integral in openoffice's formula editor? I can't find it online.
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Old 03-14-11, 04:33 AM   #2
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I just googled it and found it after three clicks. Try that.
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Wow you're a helpful troll, aren't you? For such a smart ass you don't seem to know the difference between a double definite integral and a double integral; 3 clicks after googling shows me how to enter a double integral only.
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Listen, I am going to college as well and I have no problem doing my own work. I have never solicited any info from BForums members. I do it all myself. Sorry If I was not at all helpful.
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Can you fling Bondo on a beater car like PC?
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Can you fling Bondo on a beater car like PC?
I can.

It's usually lumpy, and my PC computers don't work anymore.
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I can.

It's usually lumpy, and my PC computers don't work anymore.
your computers are politically correct?
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Can you fling Bondo on a beater car like PC?
No bondo for my beater; I bought a replacement quarter panel to weld on
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No bondo for my beater; I bought a replacement quarter panel to weld on
Best to consult Rubens Car Talk Forum before you grind and weld around that gas tank and rear shock.Rube can advise(2010 Golden Hammer Beater-Automotive Award Winner) with sound effects included.Avoid too much salon product in that wild hair-do when you weld also.
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I can.

It's usually lumpy, and my PC computers don't work anymore.
Sorry Dude,but it sounds like one of the guys in the Frat House dumped in your laptop
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