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### 12app_integ

Course: M 162, Fall 2009
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F Chapter 12 d (x) = f (x), dx Applications of Integration Recall that if f and F are functions such that then we write f (x) dx = F (x), or, more generally, The constant c Remember that including the constant of integration c gives the most general antiderivative. f (x) dx = F (x) + c, and we call F (x) or F (x)+c an indenite integral or antiderivative of f . Also, the denite integral of f from a to b is...

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