What is the integral of a constant?

The integral of a constant is equal to that constant times the variable of integration plus an arbitrary constant.

Integral of a constant K with respect to x:

Kx + C

The derivative of a constant K times an independent variable x is equal to K, because the function Kx can be written y = Kx + 0, a line of constant slope K.

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