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The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

Why the Choice of Antiderivative Doesn't Matter Exercises

Example 1

Find  using the FTC with antiderivative x4 – π.

Example 2

Find  using the FTC and

(a) the antiderivative -cos t

(b) the antiderivative -cos t + 1

(c) the antiderivative -cos te

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