The antiderivative of (ax+b)^r
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The antiderivative of (ax+b)^r
Year 12
Having more fun than you can imagine?! Me too! This video looks at how we can use integration by substitution to take some of the more complex examples of integration and making them simpler. It looks at how the method of substitution is used and how this might be easier than remembering lots of formulae.
Published: July 14, 2018
Length: 18 mins and 32 seconds
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