Indefinite Integrals - Introduction

in MES Science10 months ago

In this video I go over what indefinite integrals are and show how they are a really convenient way of writing and tabulating anti-derivatives. I also show some very important notes that you should always keep in mind while working with indefinite integrals, so this video is a must watch!


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Indefinite Integrals

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(not to be mistaken with Definite Integrals)

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Important Note

We adopt the convention that when a formula for a general indefinite integral is given, it is valid ONLY on an interval depending on the specific integral.

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Awesome, Keep up the good work @mes