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• Ok, children, today we will be discussion Tabular Integration. Everyone please take your seats.
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• You already know how to take the derivatve of a number or componet, so we will be excercising that knowledge.
• Don't look so nervous! It sounds worse than it is.
• Tabular Integration is the use of derivatives and integrals with an f(x) and a g(x). Both f(x) and g(x) are functions, but f(x) takes the derivative continuously until you reach zero, however, g(x) has to be an integral that is easy to integrate. Once you have taken the derivative, you multiply the f(x) and g(x) together and then subtract the polynomials you have. This is commonly known as Integration by parts, or using the product rule.
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• Maybe I should just give an explanation and then show an example later.
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• So why do we use Tabular Integration?
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• I'm glad you asked. Tabular Integration, although it sounds difficult, is actually a faster, easier method than working everything out. Now, let's do an example.
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