Basic Methods of Integration
In this chapter, we first collect in a more systematic way some of the integration formulas derived in Chapters 4–6. We then present the two most important general techniques: integration by substitution and integration by parts. As the techniques for evaluating integrals are developed, you will see that integration is a more subtle process than differentiation and that it takes practice to learn which method should be used in a given problem.
KeywordsBasic Method Integration Formula Shade Region Fundamental Theorem Reduction Formula
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