Properties of the Definite Integrals
In this math worksheet, students investigate the properties of definite integrals. Then they apply the properties and compare sets of two integrals to each other.
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Properties of the Definite Integral
What are the properties that can be associated with the definite integral? The AP Calculus video lists nine properties of the definite integral and provides explanations of why the properties hold for integrals in language that is simple...
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