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In this chapter I develop the idea that integration is the inverse of differentiation, and examine standard algebraic strategies for integrating functions, where the derivative is unknown; these include simple algebraic manipulation, trigonometric identities, integration by parts, integration by substitution and integration using partial fractions.
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- Calculus: Integration
Professor Emeritus John Vince, M.Tech, Ph.D., D.Sc.
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- Springer London