# Integration Revision Notes for Core 2

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Mathematics Core 2 Integration

Definite and Indefinite integration

Integrating functions without defined limits is called indefinite integration.

(3x2) dx = 3x 2+1/ 3

= x 3+ c (where c is constant)

Integrating functions with defined limits is called definite integration.

If however the question was worded different:

(3x2) dx

= [x 3]

= (2 3) (1 3) = 8 1

= 7

The three stages of a definite integral

. . . dx = [...] = (. . .) ( . . . )

Definite Integration is defined as

f`(x) dx = [f(x)] = f(b) f(a)

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