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calculus a branch of mathematics in which calculations are made using special symbolic notations; developed by isaac newton
Integration by parts ∫f(x)g(x) dx = ∫ u dv = uv - ∫ v du where u = f(x) and dv = g(x) dx
Integration by substitution Rewrite original formula in terms of u and du Substitute u for one of the two functions of x Find du/dx, then write it so dx is on its own Integrate, then substitute x back in
Antidifferentiation The process of finding all antiderivatives, also called integration
Definite integral an integral that has lower and upper bounds
Indefinite integral The most general antiderivative of a function +c
Created by: jbeucler14