Calculus2.4 - Section 7.1: Substitution and Integration by...

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Section 7.1: Substitution and Integration by Table
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cos( ) x dx sin( ) x C
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os( ) 2 c x dx cos(2 1 2 2 ) x dx sin( 1 2 2 ) x C 2 2 du x u dx cos 1 2 u du sin( 1 2 ) u C
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2 2 1( 2 ) t t dt Warning: You’ll need to do substitutions like these very quickly. 4 14 t dt t 1 2 tan ( 1 4 2 ) C t
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The FTC implies all continuous functions have an antiderivative
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Calculus2.4 - Section 7.1: Substitution and Integration by...

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