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First-year calculus questions

  1. Aug 5, 2007 #1
    I have 2 questions to ask.

    Which is “integrand” and the “antiderivative” on the attached image?

    What is “hyperbolicus” (form of trigonometry identities which include e or exponential)?

    I am an undergraduate student of engineering, so please tell me the easiest simplest way on this. I see many people here are advance.

    Thank you

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  3. Aug 5, 2007 #2


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    I'm going to ask what do you think corresponds to each of the terms from the image just in case this is a homework question. Just to define some terms however, the integrand is the function being integrated and the antiderivative is a function whose derivative is the integrand.
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    By "hyperbolicus" do you mean what in English are called the "hyperbolic functions"?
  5. Aug 10, 2007 #4
    The answer to one part is correctly answered by kurdt.Hyperbolis are the hyperbolic functions that take into account the imaginary cases also.More read with the help of google as I am not able to write the expressions here.
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