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O NE -P AGE R EVIEW MATH 1910 Recitation Section 5.3 (Antiderivatives) August 24, 2017 F ( x ) is an antiderivative of f ( x ) if ( 1 ) . The general antiderivative of f ( x ) is given by ( 2 ) . The expression on the left is called a ( 3 ) . The value C is called the ( 4 ) . You can check if F ( x ) is the antiderivative of f ( x ) by ( 5 ) F ( x ) . Some integration formulas: Z cf ( x ) dx = ( 6 ) Z ( f ( x ) + g ( x )) dx = ( 7 ) Z x n dx = ( 8 ) ( n 6 = - 1 ) Z 1 x dx = ( 9 ) Z sin ( kx + b ) dx = ( 10 ) Z cos ( kx + b ) dx = ( 11 ) Handout format by Drew Zemke
P ROBLEM S ET MATH 1910 Recitation Section 5.3 (Antiderivatives) August 24, 2017 1. Find the following indefinite integrals.(a)Z(5x3-x-2-x3/5)dx(b)Z3x3/2dx(c)Zx2+2x-3x4dx(d)Zsin9x dx(e)Z18cos(3z+8)dz2. Solve thedifferential equation Handout format by Drew Zemke
O NE -P AGE R EVIEW MATH 1910 Recitation Section 5.3 (Antiderivatives) August 24, 2017