# Indefinite integrals

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Antiderivatives and indefinite integrals

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Reverse power rule

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Reverse power rule: negative and fractional powers

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Reverse power rule: sums & multiples

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Indefinite integrals: eˣ & 1/x

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Finding specific antiderivatives

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Indefinite integrals: sin & cos

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Integrating trig functions

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Indefinite integrals & antiderivatives challenge

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About this unit

If f is the derivative of F, then F is an antiderivative of f. We also call F the "indefinite integral" of f. In other words, indefinite integrals and antiderivatives are, essentially, reverse derivatives. Why differentiate in reverse? Good question! Keep going and you'll find out!