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what about integration? for integration, if I have to take the integral of both sides, how do I pick my bounds?

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what about integration? for integration, if I have to take the integral of both sides, how do I pick my bounds?

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[tex]y=x^2[/tex]

[tex]d(y)=d(x^2)[/tex] Apply the operator of differentiation, "d", to both sides.

[tex]dy=2x\:dx[/tex] dy is just dy, and d(x^2) is 2x dx

To get it into the familiar derivative form, just divide by dx

[tex]\frac{dy}{dx}=2x[/tex]

For integration in equalities, just do the indefinite integral, aka anti-derivative, of both sides.

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