What is the difference between an integral and anti-derivative?

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What is the difference between an integral and anti-derivative?

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They're the same thing.
Historically, though, integration came together as 1) finding area under a curve and 2) determining the anti-derivative...it was discovered later that the may describe the same thing (I say 'may' because you can have negative integrals and area is not negative (typically)).

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thanks :)
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lol, there's actually a difference. My professor described the integration as the "Good guy" and the derivative as the "Bad Guy." Why? because whenever you integrate = end up having an endless function, and whenever you derive = function disappears in the end; it eats it all up.
Where is this guy these days?
he's away for 2 weeks >_<
he's supposed to be back after 5 days, but I mis-counted
Ahh...you up with his life...lol?
lol, well he told me ?
I miss his interruptions lol while solving a question :(
yeah, i assumed :)
oh well ~
he was here 15 mins ago >_<

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