Hey guys, yesterday I got my physics book in the mail and I started to browse through and look at some of the information. I noticed for 1 of the formulas and such that there was a title with "Some Derivatives and Integrals" and I'm wondering if we NEED to know this for this book, because I'll only be in Pre calc taking this.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What some of it says:

int[sin ax dx = -1/a cos ax

int[xos ax dx = 1/a sin ax

things like that..

Kinda scary for me, but why would my school only say pre calc? Btw, this is for AP Physics B not C..

Thanks.

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