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Integral Formulae

Integral Formulae

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Moderately Extensive Table of Integral Formulas
What follows is a moderately extensive table of integrals formulas, collected from a number of sources andarising in a variety of applications.
1
 The intent of compiling a table of formulas on-line in this fashion is tofacilitate student use across a variety of courses without having to rely on the vagaries of commercial bookpublishing and frequent release of new editions. Considerable effort has been made (and will continue to bemade) to ensure that all of these formulas are correct, but that doesn’t guarantee there are no errors present.If you do find an apparent error, an e-mail to dsabo@bcit.ca would certainly be appreciated.
(In all formulas below, symbols {a, b, c, …} from the beginning of the alphabet denote constants, symbols {f, g,h, …} from the middle of the alphabet generally denote functions, and symbols {u, v, x, y, z} from the end of thealphabet denote variables. Because this table is primarily intended for use by “novices”, we have included theconstant of integration explicitly using the upper case ‘C’ wherever relevant. In a very few cases, formulascontain a lower case ‘c’ which is to be regarded as some other constant distinct from the constant of integration.)
This table is divided into a number of sections, each containing integrals have some distinctive form. Althoughthe sections are not bookmarked in this MS WORD version of the table, we give the list of section headingshere in order to aid you in navigating through the table.1)Elementary Forms(M001 M010, page 1)
2)
Forms Containing
a bx 
+
(M011 – M023, page 2)
3)
Forms Containing
a bu
+
(M024 – M035, page 3)
4)
Forms containing
2 2 2 2
,
a u u a
±
(M036 – M039, page 3)
5)
Forms containing
2 2
u a
±
(M040 – M051, page 4)
6)
Forms containing
2 2
a u
(M052 – M061, page 4)
7)
Forms containing
( )
32 22
u a
±
(M062 – M070, page 5)
8)
Forms containing
( )
32 2
 
2
a u
(M071 – M078, page 6)
9)
Forms containing
2
au bu c 
+ +
(M079 – M080, page 6)
10)
Forms containing
n
au b
+
(M081 – M090, page 7)11)Trigonometric Functions(M091 M140, page 7)12)Inverse Trigonometric Functions(M141 M146, page 10)13)Logarithmic Forms(M147 M151, page 10)14)Exponential Forms(M152 M157, page 10)
1. Elementary FormsM001.
 
adu au
= +
∫ 
M002.
 
( ) ( )
af u du a f u du
=
∫ 
M003.
 
( )( )
,
f dy f y du du where y du
= =
∫ 
1
 
 At the time of writing, the goal was to give a somewhat more comprehensive listing of formulas that arise in a variety of applications of integral calculus than is common in standard general textbooks, but stopping short of the very extensivetabulations that are available in some references, including whole books that are compilations of formulas. Thenumbering of formulas using the prefix ‘M’ for “moderate” from the title is prompted by the thought that some day it mightbe useful to either produce a somewhat shorter table (or ‘S’) or perhaps even a much more extensive table (or ‘L’).
©
David W. Sabo (2000)Table of Integrals (Moderate)Page 1 of 10
 
M004.
 
( )
f g h du f du gdu hdu
± ± ± = ± ± ±
∫ 
K
M005.
 
( )
1
1,11
n n
u du u C nn
+
= + +
∫ 
M006.
 ln
duu u
= +
∫ 
M007.
 
u u
e du e
= +
∫ 
M008.
 1
au au
e du e a
= +
∫ 
M009.
 
( )
0,1ln
auau
bb du C b ba b
= + >
∫ 
g
M010.
lnln
udu u u u C 
= +
∫ 
g
2. Forms Containing :
 
a bx 
+
M011.
( )( )( )( )
1
,11
nn
a bua bu du C nn b
+
++ = + +
∫ 
M012.
 1ln
dua bu a bu b
= + ++
∫ 
M013.
 
( )( )( )( )( ) ( )
2 12 2
1,1,221
n n n
au a bu du a bu a bu C nb n b n
+ +
+ = + + + + +
∫ 
M014.
 
( )( ) ( ) ( )
3 2 12 23
12321
n n nn
a bu a bu a buu a bu du a a b n n n
+ + +
+ + ++ = + ++ + +
∫ 
M015.
 
( )( )
2
1
dub a bua bu
= − +++
∫ 
M016.
 
( )
2
1ln
udua bu a a bu a bu b
= + + ++
∫ 
M017.
 
( )
2 2
1ln
udu aa bu a buba bu
= + + +++
∫ 
M018.
 
( ) ( )
2223
112ln2
u dua bu a a bu a a bu a bub
= + + + + ++
∫ 
M019.
 
( )( )
2 22 3
12ln
u du aa bu a a bu a buba bu
= + + +++
∫ 
M020.
 
( )
1ln
du a buu a bu a u
+= − ++
∫ 
M021.
 
( )( )
2 2
11ln
du a bua a bu uau a bu
+= +++
∫ 
M022.
 
( )
2 2
1ln
du b a buau uu a bu a
+= + ++
∫ 
Page 2 of 10Table of Integrals (Moderate)
©
David W. Sabo (2000)
 
M023.
 
( )( )
2 2 32
22ln
du a bu b a buua u a bu au a bu
+ += + +++
∫ 
3. Forms Containing:
 
a bu
+
M024.
 
( )
32
23
a bu du a bu b
+ = + +
∫ 
M025.
 
( ) ( )
3
 
22
22315
a bu a buu a bu du b
++ = +
∫ 
M026.
 
( )
( )
32 2 2223
281215105
a abu b u a buu a bu du b
+ ++ = +
∫ 
M027.
 
( )
1ln,0
du a bu aC au a bu a a bu a
+ = + >+ + +
∫ 
M028.
 
( )
1
2tan,0
du a buC aau a bu a
+= + <+
∫ 
M029.
 
( )( )
312
223
n n n
u a bu du u a bu na u a bu dub n
+ = + ++
∫ 
M030.
 2
a bu dudu a bu auu a bu
+= + ++
∫ 
M031.
 
2
2
a bu a bu b duduuuu a bu
+ += − ++
∫ 
M032.
 2
du a buba bu
+= ++
∫ 
M033.
 
( )
2
223
a buudua bu ba bu
= + ++
∫ 
M034.
 
( )
2 2 223
284315
a abu b uu dua bu ba bu
+= + ++
∫ 
M035.
 
2
2
du a bu b duau au a bu u a bu
+= − + +
∫ 
4. Forms containing:
 
2 2 2 2
,
a u u a
±
M036.
 
12 2
1tan
du ua aa u
 = + + 
∫ 
M037.
 
( )
2 22 2
1ln,2
du a uC a ua a ua u
+= + >
∫ 
M038.
 
( )
2 22 2
1ln,2
du u aC u aa u au a
= + >+
∫ 
M039.
 
( )
12 3 2 2 22 2
11tan22
du u uaa a a ua u
 = + + + +
∫ 
©
David W. Sabo (2000)Table of Integrals (Moderate)Page 3 of 10

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