Using Integral Tables
Note :
Of all the notes that I’ve written up for download, this is the one section that is tied to the
book that we are currently using here at Lamar University. In this section we discuss using
tables of integrals to help us with some integrals. However, I haven’t had the time to construct a
table of my own and so I will be using the tables given in Stewart’s Calculus, Early
Transcendentals (6
th
edition). As soon as I get around to writing my own table I’ll post it online
and make any appropriate changes to this section.
So, with that out of the way let’s get on with this section.
This section is entitled
Using Integral Tables
and we will be using integral tables.
However, at some level, this isn’t really the point of this section. To a certain extent
the real subject of this section is how to take advantage of known integrals to do
integrals that may not look like anything the ones that we do know how to do or are
given in a table of integrals.
For the most part we’ll be doing this by using substitution to put integrals into a form
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 Fall '08
 prellis
 Integrals, Lists of integrals

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