# Shared Flashcard Set

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Common Antiderivatives
Common Antiderivative Formulas
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Mathematics
02/16/2021

Term
 Power Rule[image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Trig [image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Trig[image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Trig[image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Trig[image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Trig [image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Trig [image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Inverse Trig[image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Inverse Trig[image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Inverse Trig[image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Exp and Logs[image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Exp and Logs[image]
Definition
 [image]
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 Exp and Logs[image]
Definition
 [image]
Term
 Integration Strategies
Definition
 1. Simple Antidifferentiation2. U-substitution3. Integration by Parts4. Fraction Integration Strategies
Term
 What are the different strategies for integrating fractions? When should you use them?
Definition
 1. If of the form [image], use the power rule2. If the derivative of the denominator is a constant multiple of the numerator, let u=denominator. [image]3. Look for inverse trig derivatives and manipulate the fraction.4. If the numerator's degree is greater than or equal to the degree of the denominator, use long division.5. If the denominator is a non-factorable quadratic, complete the square.6. If the denominator is a factorable quadratic, use partial fractions.
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