integration by parts


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integration by parts

[‚int·ə′grā·shən bī ′parts]
(mathematics)
A technique used to find the integral of the product of two functions by means of an identity involving another simpler integral; for functions of one variable the identity is for functions of several variables the technique is tantamount to using Stokes' theorem or the divergence theorem.
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would require four applications of the integration by parts method,
problems that only require a few applications of integration by parts.

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