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The other day I had some indefinite integration that came up as
(blah blah) + constant
then it said
'which is equivalent to restricted values of x for'
(blah blah) + 1/4 + constant
Neither myininaya or I could figure why they needed to specify a constant in restricted values of x for an indefinite integral, so I want to see if I can figure that out through this. I follow everything up to that point here as well.
are these restrictions from my notes of any help?
Alright thankfully it wasn't actually an indefinite integral so I bypassed the substitution and converted the upper and lower limits into the u. It gets the correct answer this way. I'm still not sure what the meaning of the restricted x is though.
If you ever find it out let me know too!
No, my problem was completely different. It was a basic, straightforward integral with no trig sub needed. I just don't see why you would ever have a constant term present in an indefinite integral when it can be combined with the integration constant.