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Jhenrique

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Prays the CFT that all function f(x) can be expressed how the integral of its derivative more an initial constant:[tex]f(x)=\int_{x_0}^{x}f'(u)du+f(x_0)[/tex] So, is correct affirm that integral, primitive and antiderivative are concepts differents? ie:

f(x) = primitive

##\int_{x_0}^{x}f'(u)du## = antiderivative

∫ = integral

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f(x) = primitive

##\int_{x_0}^{x}f'(u)du## = antiderivative

∫ = integral

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