How to Calculate Integrals: Power Rule
02:46 - 03:31
When understanding derivatives, individuals learn about the power rule. Continuously, the power rule is used with integrals. This video explains how to find the "backwards" of a derivative to find the integral using the power rule. This also incldues an explanation of integrals of trigonomic functions as well as e.


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