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Can someone explain to me what the following are and how each one is used as a tool for the next one:

1)Indefinite integral

2)Riemann Sum

3)Definite Integral

4)Fundamental Theorem of Calculus(The part which says that the derivative of the integral of f(t)dt from a to x is equal to the value of the function at x, or f(x).

5)Finally, the part of the fundamental theorem that says the integral of a function form a to b is F(b)-F(a)

I just need some help with the general link between all of the above 5 and how they relate to each other. The mathematics is meaningless without the concept of each.

Thank you,

haribol

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# From indefinite integral to fundamental theorem of calculus, how does it all link?

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