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antiderivative of an odd function
 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Oct 16, 2012 Lei Huang ... 1920_212 We proved in class this morning the symmetry of odd functions, namely the integral of an odd function over an interval ...http://groups.google.com/g/26d7e119/t/.../d/b7f1c1f5b6685d66?hl=en...

F(x) = sin(1/x) ; KEEPING secondary proof that a antiderivative ...
 -  9 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Sep 24, 2011 But now let us look at function y=2x and its first two plotted points would be (0,0), and (1*10^-603,2*10^-603). Its antiderivative would be x^2 and its slope is not 1 ...http://groups.google.com/g/3a97fef3/t/.../d/d0f0d6f8b585e38?hl=en&ie...

error in antiderivative of rational function
 -  5 posts  -  5 authors  - Last post:  Apr 23 John Harper john.har...@vuw.ac.nz comp soft-sys math maple GA Edgar wrote: In article , Axel Vogt ...http://groups.google.com/g/d917feee/t/.../d/a24dfe40e8f29911?hl=en&ie...

What is an Antiderivative
 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Sep 7, 1997 HibTaylor ... aus mathematics Let F(x) be a function of x and let f(x) be the derivative of F with respect to x. (That is, f(x) = dF/dx). The F is said to ...http://groups.google.com/g/9817fef2/t/.../d/47c52f819f0db38a?hl=en&ie...

graphing the antiderivative
 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Feb 25, 1994 Richard Cooper rcoo...@trinity.edu bit listserv graph-ti I've beenattempted without much success to write an '85 program to graph the ant antiderivative of a ...http://groups.google.com/g/aed7fefb/t/.../d/98a753409ee29951?hl=en&ie...

Antiderivative of 1/lnx?
 -  2 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Feb 11, 2002 Jacob Krauze Kubow...@hotmail.com alt math Well, as far as i know, this one cannot be expressed in terms of 'simple' functions. If it's a definite integral you ...http://groups.google.com/g/adb7fefd/t/.../d/5f2e58e9c7ecad7?hl=en&ie...

Can the HP49 find symbolic antiderivative of x(sin(x))?
 -  11 posts  -  5 authors  - Last post:  Jul 8, 1999 Doug Burkett dburk...@infinet.com comp sys hp48 A poster on a TI discussion group claimed that the HP48GX won't find the antiderivative of x(sin(x)).http://groups.google.com/g/49d7fefc/t/.../d/2c19da46cf0446e2?hl=en&ie...

R: Re: Difficult antiderivative
 -  5 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Dec 3, 2012 Brambi...@rse-web.it comp soft-sys math mathematica Dear Roland, Many thanks for your suggestion, ie given the indefinite integral (antiderivative) with r

Help With Antiderivative
 -  3 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Feb 22, 1999 I know how to integrate between points a and b, but I have lost the ability to "see" this antiderivative. Since the volume by cylindrical shell is what I am assigned ...http://groups.google.com/g/b7d7ff0a/t/.../d/11adc857763e016a?hl=en...8...

question about continuous antiderivative
 -  3 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Mar 29, 2007 I will be very glad if you could show me how exactly the author get previous antiderivative or what method in general would you follow in order to get a ...http://groups.google.com/g/fcc7fef3/t/.../d/299a8160186c9cdd?hl=en&ie...

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