Calculus: Indefinite and definite integrals

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Calculus: Indefinite and definite integrals

Indefinite integral as anti-derivative. Definite integral as area under a curve. Integration by parts. U-substitution. Trig substitution.
Antiderivatives and indefinite integrals. Indefinite integrals of x raised to a power. Antiderivative of hairier expression. Basic trig and exponential antiderivatives. Antiderivative of x^-1. Simple Riemann approximation using rectangles. Generalizing a left Riemann sum with equally spaced rectangles. Rectangular and trapezoidal Riemann approximations. Trapezoidal approximation of area under curve. Riemann sums and integrals. Deriving integration by parts formula. Antiderivative of xcosx using integration by parts. Integral of ln x. Integration by parts twice for antiderivative of (x^2)(e^x). Integration by parts of (e^x)(cos x). U-substitution. U-substitution example 2. U-substitution Example 3. U-substitution with ln(x). Doing u-substitution twice (second time with w). U-substitution and back substitution. U-substitution with definite integral. (2^ln x)/x Antiderivative Example. Another u-substitution example. Riemann sums and integrals. Intuition for Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Evaluating simple definite integral. Definite integrals and negative area. Area between curves. Area between curves with multiple boundaries. Challenging definite integration. Introduction to definite integrals. Definite integrals (part II). Definite Integrals (area under a curve) (part III). Definite Integrals (part 4). Definite Integrals (part 5). Definite integral with substitution. Introduction to trig substitution. Another substitution with x=sin (theta). Integrals: Trig Substitution 1. Trig and U substitution together (part 1). Trig and U substitution together (part 2). Trig substitution with tangent. Integrals: Trig Substitution 2. Integrals: Trig Substitution 3 (long problem). Fundamental theorem of calculus. Applying the fundamental theorem of calculus. Swapping the bounds for definite integral. Both bounds being a function of x. Proof of Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Connecting the first and second fundamental theorems of calculus. Introduction to improper integrals. Improper integral with two infinite bounds. Divergent improper integral. Antiderivatives and indefinite integrals. Indefinite integrals of x raised to a power. Antiderivative of hairier expression. Basic trig and exponential antiderivatives. Antiderivative of x^-1. Simple Riemann approximation using rectangles. Generalizing a left Riemann sum with equally spaced rectangles. Rectangular and trapezoidal Riemann approximations. Trapezoidal approximation of area under curve. Riemann sums and integrals. Deriving integration by parts formula. Antiderivative of xcosx using integration by parts. Integral of ln x. Integration by parts twice for antiderivative of (x^2)(e^x). Integration by parts of (e^x)(cos x). U-substitution. U-substitution example 2. U-substitution Example 3. U-substitution with ln(x). Doing u-substitution twice (second time with w). U-substitution and back substitution. U-substitution with definite integral. (2^ln x)/x Antiderivative Example. Another u-substitution example. Riemann sums and integrals. Intuition for Second Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Evaluating simple definite integral. Definite integrals and negative area. Area between curves. Area between curves with multiple boundaries. Challenging definite integration. Introduction to definite integrals. Definite integrals (part II). Definite Integrals (area under a curve) (part III). Definite Integrals (part 4). Definite Integrals (part 5). Definite integral with substitution. Introduction to trig substitution. Another substitution with x=sin (theta). Integrals: Trig Substitution 1. Trig and U substitution together (part 1). Trig and U substitution together (part 2). Trig substitution with tangent. Integrals: Trig Substitution 2. Integrals: Trig Substitution 3 (long problem). Fundamental theorem of calculus. Applying the fundamental theorem of calculus. Swapping the bounds for definite integral. Both bounds being a function of x. Proof of Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Connecting the first and second fundamental theorems of calculus. Introduction to improper integrals. Improper integral with two infinite bounds. Divergent improper integral.

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