Integral calculus I

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Integral calculus tackles two rather different issues:
  1. i)

    Find all functions that differentiate to a given map over an interval of the real line. This operation is essentially an anti-derivation of sorts, and goes by the name of indefinite integration.

  2. ii)

    Define precisely and compute the area of a region in the plane bounded by graphs of maps defined on closed bounded intervals, known as definite integration.



Step Function Fundamental Theorem Real Interval Primitive Function Integral Calculus 
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