2|MATH 27 PREPARATORY MODULE II| IMSP,UPLB
The Power Rule can also be used to compute antiderivatives of functions with rational exponents.
3. To compute for
, simply take the antiderivative of each term.
4. There is
quotient rule for antiderivatives. Some quotients can be written in the form where Power
Rule is applicable. So,
5. There is
product rule for antiderivatives. Whenever possible, first take the product of the
expressions. Then, compute for the term-by-term antiderivatives.
Simple substitution techniques can be used to compute some integral forms. This is best used in solving
products or quotients.