*Integration*

*Rules
for Indefinite Integrals *

*1)
For any real number n not equal to 0,*

*2)
If all integrals exist, then*

*for any real constant k.*

*3)
If k is a real number not equal to 0, then*

*4)
If k is a real number not equal to 0, then*

*5)
x can not equal zero, then*

*The
Fundamental Theorem of Calculus*
*Let f be continuous on
the interval [a,b], and let F be any antiderivative of f. Then*

*Where F(b) and F(a) are
the antiderivatives at the values of a and b.*

__Sample Problems__

*That should give you
a fair sampling of some easier integration problems. Now, on to an
application of the integral -- Finding the area under a curve!*

*Interesting fractals, aren't
they?*