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For more information, please see full course syllabus of AP Physics C/Mechanics

For more information, please see full course syllabus of AP Physics C/Mechanics

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### Integrals

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- Intro 0:00
- Definite Integrals 0:20
- F(x)
- Area
- Indefinite Integrals 13:53
- Suppose Function f(y)=∫f(y) dy
- g(x)=∫ f(x) dx
- ∫2 dx=2x+c
- Evaluation of Definite Integrals 25:20
- ∫f(x') dx'=g(x)
- Integral of Sin(x) ,Cos(x) , and Exp(x) 36:18
- ∫ sinx dx=-cos x+c
- ∫ cosx dx=sin x+c
- ∫ co2x dx=sin2x
- ∫Cosωdt=1/ωsin ωdt
- ∫e^x dx=e^x+c
- Integration by Substitution 45:23
- ∫x(x^2 -1)dx
- Integration by Parts 52:30
- d/dx=(uv)'
- ∫udv=∫d(uv)-∫Vdu =uv-∫vdu
- ∫xe^x dx/dv
- Extra Example 1: Integral
- Extra Example 2: Integral

1 answer

Last reply by: Lukasz Skora

Wed Jan 18, 2012 9:41 AM

Post by Romin Abdolahzadi on December 7, 2010

[AT 48:37] If you do the integral of x^3 - the integral of x separately then you obtain a result of:

(x^4/4 - x^2/2) + c

Professor Jishi, through u-substitution, obtained a result of:

(x^2-1)^2/4 + c

Clearly we can see if we sub in a value of x=1 then we get completely different results; first one being -1/4 + C and second one giving 0 + C. Did Professor Jishi make a mistake? I keep looking at his u-substitution and it seems he does everything logically step-by-step.