Chapters 11 and 12 described the derivative of a function and how derivatives may be used to answer questions in business and economics. From a basic set of rules, we were able to calculate a huge number of derivatives. In this section, we’ll reverse this process. Instead of starting with a function and taking its derivative, we’ll start with the derivative and find the function it came from.
Read in Section 13.1
- What is an antiderivative?
- Handout: Antiderivative Samples
- What are the antiderivatives of some basic functions?
- Handout: Power Rule Antiderivatives
- How do we find the antiderivative of functions that are combinations of basic functions?
- How do we find the value of the arbitrary constant?
Section 13.1 Workbook (PDF) – 9/5/19