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April 11th, 2012, 03:28 AM   #1
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Integral in excel

Hey,

I've a problem with integrating the following integral in excel. I know I can split the integral in two parts, one with 'x' and the other with '-s'. In the second part I can bring the '-s' in front of the integral and solve it with the NORMDIST function. The problem is the first part, where I can't bring the 'x' in front of the integral. Does anybody know how to integrate this kind of integrals in excel or how to solve this problem?

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Wim
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April 11th, 2012, 08:22 AM   #2
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Re: Integral in excel

is this what you are looking for?


Column A: enter x
Column B: enter f(x)
Column C: enter (starting in row 2)
=(A2-A1)*B1+(A2-A1)*(B2-B1)/2
Column D: (starting in row 3)
=C2+C3
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