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E-Book 'Pure Maths Part Two - Integration' from A-level Maths Tutor

E-Book 'Pure Maths Part Two - Integration' from A-level Maths Tutor

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Download this 35 page free e-book Pure Maths Part two - 'Integration'. The e-book is divided into 9 sections viz. the integration formula, integration by substitution, integration by parts, integration of algebraic fractions, definite integrals, the area under a curve, volumes of revolution, the Trapezium(Trapezoid) Rule, differential equations.
Download this 35 page free e-book Pure Maths Part two - 'Integration'. The e-book is divided into 9 sections viz. the integration formula, integration by substitution, integration by parts, integration of algebraic fractions, definite integrals, the area under a curve, volumes of revolution, the Trapezium(Trapezoid) Rule, differential equations.

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the integration formula 3integration by substitution 6integration by parts 9algebraic fractions 12definite integrals 15the area under a curve 17volumes of revolution 25the Trapezium(Trapezoid) Rule 30integrating differential equations 34
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The Integration Formula
The Integration FormulaThe expression to be integrated is the derivative of some function eg f(x) called the
 integrand
.When this expression is integrated the original function is restored plus a constant (C)called the constant of integration.This is called the
indefinite integral
when the integration is not between two limitingvalues of x.However when the integration is between two limiting values of x then the integral iscalled the
definite integral
and the constant of integration is not involved.For any variable 'x' to the power of 'n' the integral is given by:In other words, increase the power of x by '1' and divide x by the new index.Rule #1Any constant(eg C) multiplied by a function f(x) can be integrated by placing the constantbefore the integration sign.Example 
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