Integration,_Day_1

# Integration_Day_1

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Unformatted text preview: u check these? 5 Calculus A ­ Integration, Day 1.notebook February 19, 2013 For each of the following derivative expressions... 1) Identify the simplest possible equation for f(x) 2) Show/explain how you can check. 3) Identify two other possible equations for f(x) 4) Once again, how can you check these? 6 Calculus A ­ Integration, Day 1.notebook February 19, 2013 For each of the following derivative expressions... 1) Identify the simplest possible equation for f(x) 2) Show/explain how you can check. 3) Identify two other possible equations for f(x) 4) Once again, how can you check these? 7 Calculus A ­ Integration, Day 1.notebook February 19, 2013 Notice any patterns...as we go from the derivative to the original equation... 1) The exponent increases by 1 2) The "original coefficient" will be divided by the "new exponent" 3) Add a constant (+ C) @ the end 4) Treat multiple terms separately 8 Calculu...
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## This note was uploaded on 07/25/2013 for the course MATH Intro to C taught by Professor Ms.jones during the Fall '12 term at El Paso H S.

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