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How can I enter a LaTeX integral into Mathematica? For example, I evaluated the expression

ToExpression["\int 2*x\[DifferentialD]x ", TeXForm]

but Mathematica told me that this is wrong.

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Looking at

TeXForm[Integrate[f[x], x]]

We see that integrals can be entered like:

ToExpression["\int f(x) \, dx", TeXForm]
(* \[Integral]f[x]\[DifferentialD]x *)
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This can be done a little more directly with TeXForm @ HoldForm @ Integrate[2 x, x], which gives \int 2 x \, dx – m_goldberg Oct 11 '13 at 0:04

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