Differentiation and Integration Formulas have many important formulas. You’ll read about the formulas as well as its definition with an explanation in this article.
Definition of Differentiation:
A derivative of a function related to the independent variable is called Differentiation and it is used to measure the per unit change in function in the independent variable. If y = f(x) is a function of x, then the rate of change of y per unit change in x will be shown as
Important Differentiation Formulas:
f(a) = sin a, so f’ x = cos x
f(a) = cos a, so f’ x = -sin x
f(a) = tan a, so f’ x = -tan2a
Definition of Integration:
The integration of a function f(a) is given by F(a) and is written as\(\int\) f(a) da = F(a) +C, where Right hand side shows integral of f(a) with respect to a
F(a) is called primitive, d(a) is called the integrand and C is constant of integration, a is variable.
Important Integration Formulas
|\(\int\) sin a d(a) = -cos a + c|
|\(\int\) cos a d(a) = sin a + c|
|\(\int\) sec2 a d(a) = tan a + c|
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