5.1 Antiderivatives

12/15/2017

This is a calculus lesson on showing how to "undo" derivatives using the antiderivative rules. The antiderivative rules on this lesson apply to polynomials, radical functions, and some rational functions.

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This lesson shows how to find the antiderivative of a given f' using the general formula for x^n = x^(n+1)/(n+1) + C. To take the antiderivative of some function, modifying it using some algebraic steps can help you solve the problem

  • 00:46 1.) f'(x) = 3x^4 – 5x^2 + x – 2
  • 01:57 2.) ƒ(3x^2 – 2)^2 dx
  • 04:15 3.) y' = (2x^3+1) / (x^2)
  • 06:03 4.) ƒ √x (x + 3(x^2) )
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