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Integration fo function A(c) from -inf to +inf

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ANUSAI R
ANUSAI R on 31 Oct 2019
Commented: ANUSAI R on 31 Oct 2019
A(c)= sqrt(m/(2*pi*k*T1))*exp(-m/(2*k*T1)*(c-c_bar1)^2)
where, m , k, T1, c_bar1 are known.

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KALYAN ACHARJYA
KALYAN ACHARJYA on 31 Oct 2019
What you have tried so far? here reference link

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Alex Mcaulley
Alex Mcaulley on 31 Oct 2019
Edited: Alex Mcaulley on 31 Oct 2019
A = @(c) sqrt(m/(2*pi*k*T1))*exp(-m/(2*k*T1)*(c-c_bar1)^2)
q = integral(A,-inf,inf)

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Cyrus Tirband
Cyrus Tirband on 31 Oct 2019
Will not work if you don't use point-wise exponentiation for the last part:
A = @(c) sqrt(m/(2*pi*k*T1))*exp(-m/(2*k*T1)*(c-c_bar1).^2)

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