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160 pages7 minutes

Foreword:

1. Basically Targeted to All Engineering Entrance Exams.

2. Useful to 11th Class and 12th Class (Intermediate) Mathematics Students.

3. We wish that this Question Bank will win the hearts of the students and teaching faculty also.

4. Useful to Class-I competitive exams like Civil Services, Bank Probationary Officers and Staff Selection Commission etc.

Contents:

1. Integration

a) Integration by Parts

2. Definite Integral

a) Applications of Definite Integral to Areas

3. Differential Equations

a) Areas of Closed Regions

Publisher: Mohmmad Khaja ShareefReleased: Mar 8, 2015ISBN: 9781311858450Format: book

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*Teaching *

*Foreword *

*1. Basically Targeted to All Engineering Entrance Exams. *

*2. Useful to 11th Class and 12th Class (Intermediate) Mathematics Students. *

*3. We wish that this Question Bank will win the hearts of the students and teaching faculty also. *

*4. Useful to Class-I competitive exams like Civil Services, Bank Probationary Officers and Staff Selection Commission etc. *

*Contents *

*1. Integration *

*a) Integration by Parts *

*2. Definite Integral *

**a) Applications of **

**Definite Integral to Areas **

*3. Differential Equations *

*a) Areas of Closed Regions *

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*1. Chapter *

*Integration *

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**Integration Synopsis **

**Integration is regarded as the inverse process of differentiation. This means that the derivative of a function on a procedure called integration gives rise to the original function. **

**Integration is one type of summation. The word summation begins with the letter 'S' and hence, the symbol for integration is elongated 'S' such as ' ∫ '. **

** Here, 'c' is called arbitrary constant of integration. **

**The following is the list of formulae for integrals based directly on the results of differentiation. **

*Illustrations *

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