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Integration By Substitution from A-level Maths Tutor

# Integration By Substitution from A-level Maths Tutor

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This is very similar to the Chain Rule for differentiation. To start simply make one part of the function equal to a variable eg u,v, t etc...
This is very similar to the Chain Rule for differentiation. To start simply make one part of the function equal to a variable eg u,v, t etc...

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Integration: By Substitution
The Substitution method(or 'changing the variable')This is best explained with an example:Like the Chain Rule simply make one part of the function equal to a variable eg u,v, t etc.Differentiate the equation with respect to the chosen variable.Rearrange the substitution equation to make 'dx' the subject.Substitute for 'dx' into the original expression.Substitute the chosen variable into the original function.Integrate with respect to the chosen variable.Restate the original expression and substitute for t.
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Don't forget to add the Constant of Integration(C) at the end. Remember this is anindefinite integral.
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