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Problems for "The Indefinite Integral"

Problems for "The Indefinite Integral"

Problems for "The Indefinite Integral"

Problems for "The Indefinite Integral"

Problems for "The Indefinite Integral"

Problems for "The Indefinite Integral"

Problem : 4dx

4x + c

Problem : x 3 dx

+ c    

Problem : 3x 4 dx

3 + c    

Problem : (3x + 4)dx

3 + 4x + c    

Problem : sin(2x)dx

- cos(2x) + c    

Note here that we need to multiply the initial result for the antiderivative by a correction factor of . To see why this is the case, take the derivative of the result to see how to get back to the original function (remember to use the chain rule!).

Problem : cos(3x + 4)dx

sin(3x + 4) + c    

Again, a correction factor, this time equal to , is needed.