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 8.8 Linearity rules of integration
 of Integrals we can make use of two rules known as linearity rules. 1. The integral of a constant multiple of a function where c is the constant of integration.
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 Constants of Integration and Initial Conditions
 Constants of Integration and Initial Conditions. Recall from our last lecture that the general solution of a first order linear differential equation.
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 Basic Concepts of Integration
 original constant term might have been. So we include in our answer an unknown constant, c say, called the constant of integration.
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 Worksheet 4.4 Applications of Integration
 Recall that, when working out anti derivative problems, there is a constant of integration that is undetermined (and which we have usually denoted by c).
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 Calculus What is Integration ?
 Have identified some applications of integration within business,. • Understand what is meant by the term “the constant of integration”.
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 Lucky #7 Snarky Puzzle Answers
 What is going on here: You only get a "constant of integration" when doing an indefinite integral. Here you have a definite integral over a surface you have chosen (surface of sphere of radius R). There is no constant of integration here.
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 Constant of integration  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 In calculus, the indefinite integral of a given function (i.e.
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 Pauls Online Notes : Calculus I  Constant of Integration
 In this section we need to address a couple of topics about the constant of integration.
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 Constant of Integration  from Wolfram MathWorld
 Aug 29, 2011 where C is an arbitrary constant known as the constant of integration. Mathematica returns indefinite integrals without constants of integration.
 mathworld.wolfram.com
 Can someone explain what the "Constant of integration" is in
 The "constant of integration" is irrelevant when you're deriving. Don't worry about it for now. It's important when you get around to integrating.
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 Constant of Integration  Math.tutorvista.com
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