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INDEFINITE INTEGRALS.

  • Dennis M. CatesEmail author
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Abstract

If, in the definite integral \( \int _{x_0}^X{f(x) dx} \) we vary one of the two limits, for example, the quantity X,  the integral itself will vary along with this quantity; and, if we replace the limit X,  to become the variable x,  we will obtain as a result a new function of x,  which will be what we call an integral taken starting from the origin  \(x = x_0.\)

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  1. 1.Sun CityUSA

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