# What is Indefinite: Definition and 299 Discussions

An indefinite pronoun is a pronoun which does not have a specific familiar referent. Indefinite pronouns are in contrast to definite pronouns.
Indefinite pronouns can represent either count nouns or noncount nouns. They often have related forms across these categories: universal (such as everyone, everything), assertive existential (such as somebody, something), elective existential (such as anyone, anything), and negative (such as nobody, nothing).Many languages distinguish forms of indefinites used in affirmative contexts from those used in non-affirmative contexts. For instance, English "something" can only be used in affirmative contexts while "anything" is used otherwise.Indefinite pronouns are associated with indefinite determiners of a similar or identical form (such as every, any, all, some). A pronoun can be thought of as replacing a noun phrase, while a determiner introduces a noun phrase and precedes any adjectives that modify the noun. Thus all is an indefinite determiner in "all good boys deserve favour" but a pronoun in "all are happy".

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1. ### Find the indefinite integral of the given problem

Now the steps to solution are clear to me...My interest is on the constant that was factored out i.e ##\frac{2}{\sqrt 3}##... the steps that were followed are; They multiplied each term by ##\dfrac{2}{\sqrt 3}## to realize, ##\dfrac{2}{\sqrt 3}\int \dfrac{dx}{\left[\dfrac{2}{\sqrt...
2. ### Indefinite Integration of Heaviside function muliplied by a function

Will it be [{(r-a)/r}*H(r-a)]
3. ### MHB Indefinite integral in division form

I have the following integration - $$\int \frac{2}{x - b \frac{x^{m - n + 1}}{(-x + 1)^m}} \, dx$$ To solve this I did the following - $$\int \frac{1 - b \frac{x^{m - n}}{(-x + 1)^m}+1 + b \frac{x^{m - n}}{(-x + 1)^m}}{x(1 - b \frac{x^{m - n}}{(-x + 1)^m})} \, dx$$ Which gives me -...
4. ### How to find the constant in this indefinite integration?

$$x(t)=\int \dot{x}(t)\mathrm dt=vt+c$$ That's what I did. But, book says $$x(t)=\int \dot{x}(t)\mathrm dt=x_0+v_0 t+ \frac{F_0}{2m}t^2$$ Seems like, $$x_0 + \dfrac{a_0}{2}t^2$$ is constant. How to find constant is equal to what?
5. ### I What is the indefinite integral of Bessel function of 1 order (first k

Hi When we find integrals of Bessel function we use recurrence relations. But this requires that we have the variable X raised to some power and multiplied with the function . But how about when we have Bessel function of first order and without multiplication? How should we integrate it ?