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Indefinite Integrals

  1. Nov 21, 2004 #1
    When they ask you to set up integral formulas for the derivative of 1/(x+1), would you use the fundemental theorem of calculus and set up a definite integral, or an indefinite integral. Can someone help me clarify this?

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  3. Nov 21, 2004 #2

    Galileo

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    Integral formulas are (almost to my knowledge) expressed in indefinite inegrals, since all you need is an antiderivative of the integrand.

    i.e.
    [tex]\int\frac{dx}{x}=\ln x+C[/tex]
     
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