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antiderivative

[¦an·tē·di¦riv·əd·iv]
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All three systems do very well in providing antiderivatives to the standard forms in widely available tables of integration, [2].
On the TI-89 graphics calculator, antiderivatives are determined by substitutions, integration by parts, and partial-fraction expansion, much as described in [3].
where C [member of] X is an arbitrary element independent of t and F is a pre- antiderivative of f.
A function F : T [right arrow] X is called an antiderivative of f : T [right arrow] X provided
i) Every rd-continuous function f has a [DELTA] antiderivative.
ii) Every ld-continuous function f has a [nabla] antiderivative.