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In Calculas I've learned that 'F means the integral of a function.
Ha, sorry HallsofIvy I confused myself, I meant if you're asked for "an" (rather then "the") antiderivative then that satisfies.
Gelsamel Epsilon
Post #10
Aug 30, 2006
Forum:
Calculus
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In Calculas I've learned that 'F means the integral of a function.
If you're asked for the general solution x³ is sufficient. :tongue2:
Gelsamel Epsilon
Post #7
Aug 30, 2006
Forum:
Calculus
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In Calculas I've learned that 'F means the integral of a function.
f = x³ f' = 3x² f'' = 6x f'' is just the derivative of f'. Also, f, is the ''f (double intergral) of f'' so if f = 6x then ''f = x³. I hope that wasn't confusing.
Gelsamel Epsilon
Post #5
Aug 29, 2006
Forum:
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