In calculus, an antiderivative, primitive function, primitive integral or **indefinite**
**integral** of a. 1 **Example**; 2 Uses and properties; 3 Techniques of integration . Indefinite Integrals Previous Section, Next Section Substitution **Rule** for Indefinite exclusively on notation, concepts and properties of the **indefinite integral**.**Example** Problem: $ \displaystyle\int_{}^{} -2x-5\ dx$. Step-By-Step Solution:
Since integration is linear, the **integral** of with respect to is . Since is constant with
. Oct 28, 2014 **. ** The **indefinite integral** is an antiderivative of a function.. There are infinitely
many other antiderivatives which would also work, for **example**:.Evaluate the following integrals: **Example** 1: ∫ 2 x 3 + 5 x 2 − 4 x 2 d x. **Example**
2: ∫ ( x 4 − 5 x 2 − 6 x ) 4 ( 4 x 3 − 10 x − 6 ) d x. **Example** 3: ∫ ( 1 + y ) y 1 / 2 d y.Nov 2, 2010 **. ** This is part of a series of videos I've made for my calculus class at The Putney
School in Putney, VT. In this video, I find the antiderivatives of . Jan 1, 2011 **. ** Visit http://MathMeeting.com for free videos on indefinite integrals and all. Calculus 1 Lecture 4.1: An Introduction to the **Indefinite Integral** .

Jan 1, 2011 **. ** Visit http://MathMeeting.com for free videos on indefinite integrals and all. Calculus 1 Lecture 4.1: An Introduction to the **Indefinite Integral** . In this **example** we will have to use integration by parts twice.. Now to calculate
the last **integral** we use integration by parts again.It's something called the "**indefinite integral**".. I'm kinda confused here, if anyone
can give an **example** and a detailed explanation I would really appreciate it.**Examples**. Since the derivative of x<sup>2</sup>+4 is 2x, an antiderivative of 2x is x<sup>2</sup>+4.
Since the and we read it as "the **indefinite integral** of f(x) with respect to x" Thus,
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In calculus, an antiderivative, primitive function, primitive integral or **indefinite**
**integral** of a. 1 **Example**; 2 Uses and properties; 3 Techniques of integration . Indefinite Integrals Previous Section, Next Section Substitution **Rule** for Indefinite exclusively on notation, concepts and properties of the **indefinite integral**.**Example** Problem: $ \displaystyle\int_{}^{} -2x-5\ dx$. Step-By-Step Solution:
Since integration is linear, the **integral** of with respect to is . Since is constant with
. Oct 28, 2014 **. ** The **indefinite integral** is an antiderivative of a function.. There are infinitely
many other antiderivatives which would also work, for **example**:.Evaluate the following integrals: **Example** 1: ∫ 2 x 3 + 5 x 2 − 4 x 2 d x. **Example**
2: ∫ ( x 4 − 5 x 2 − 6 x ) 4 ( 4 x 3 − 10 x − 6 ) d x. **Example** 3: ∫ ( 1 + y ) y 1 / 2 d y.Nov 2, 2010 **. ** This is part of a series of videos I've made for my calculus class at The Putney
School in Putney, VT. In this video, I find the antiderivatives of . In this **example** we will have to use integration by parts twice.. Now to calculate
the last **integral** we use integration by parts again.It's something called the "**indefinite integral**".. I'm kinda confused here, if anyone
can give an **example** and a detailed explanation I would really appreciate it.**Examples**. Since the derivative of x<sup>2</sup>+4 is 2x, an antiderivative of 2x is x<sup>2</sup>+4.
Since the and we read it as "the **indefinite integral** of f(x) with respect to x" Thus,
.

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