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How to find the area over an interval using integrals.
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This solution only works for taking integral a of polynomial equations it is not comprehensive
You can do either way. When I learned it, I was told n+1 substituting the current exponent in for n.
You are correct and it would work either way. When I learned it, I was told n+1 substituting the current exponent in for n to get your new exponent.
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