I am OK with differentiation, but integration beyond x squared gets a little tricky.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I mean all the numbers a re nice like x = x squared/2

and x2 = x cubed/3 etc

but the proof of this is a bit horrible as you continue to x cubed and beyond, although

the results are 'nice' is 4 to the 4th/4.

I would have thought there would be a nice easy mathematical explaination, that did

not require any 'fancy' maths, as the results are 'elegant', however the maths ain't

or at least it aint to me anyway.

Just thought I'd ask

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# Can anyone explain integration?

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