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5.3 Integration & Anti-derivatives The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus: Overview

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MAT136H1
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5.3 Integration & Anti-derivatives The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus: Overview This is the one of the most important theorems in calculus and consists of 2 Parts. For any continuous function over the interval[ ]: 1) ∫ means a. If is fixed, the integr∫l becomes a definite number b. If is left as a variabl∫, varies also and so remains as a function i. can be considered as the “area so far” from the starting point c. Using Leibniz notation,
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