Integral calculus is the reverse process of differentiation. So if differentiation of f(x) is g(x) then f(x) is called the integral or anti-derivative of g(x). It is written as

If , where C is any constant. Thus, if f(x) is the integral of g(x) then f(x)+1 or f(x)+5 or in general f(x)+C is also an integral of g(x). So, based on this fact we write where C is any constant.

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Here u and v are any two arbitrary functions of x.

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