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lect116_24rev_f11 - Tuesday, November 8 Lecture 24 :...

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Tuesday, November 8 Lecture 24 : Properties of definite integrals (Refers to Section 5.2 in your text) Students who have mastered the content of this lecture know about : The elementary properties of the definite integral. Students who have practiced the techniques presented in this lecture will be able to : Apply the elementary properties of the definite integral to simplify the definite integral of functions. Just as for the derivative of a function and its definition we will rarely compute the definite integral of a function by using its definition. We will call upon many of its properties and use efficient ways to obtain this number. The basic properties of definite integrals are fairly easy to prove since a definite integral is a limit expression and so all properties shown to hold true for limit expressions will hold true for definite integrals. The following theorem provides us with a list of properties possessed by definite integrals. These follow from the Riemann sum definition of definite integrals. We will
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