anonymous
  • anonymous
General question: What happens if basic integration rules, substitution, and integration by parts method ALL fail. Now what?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Depends. Numerical methods...
anonymous
  • anonymous
then you give up , you could try reimann sums for definite integrals but some functions dont have antiderivatives ( well as elementary functions anyway ) for example e^(x^2))
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is it was an indefinite integral? And how could you tell if some function had no antiderivatives?

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