Anti-Derivatives: Calculating Indefinite Integrals of Polynomials

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Calculate the integral.

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1. Evaluate the following integral.

2. Evaluate the integral.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz will help you practice evaluating equations that deal with indefinite integrals of polynomials. You will solve problems to prove that you have a firm grasp of this calculus skill.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Your problems will involve:

  • Evaluating integrals
  • Solving equations that use symbols
  • Calculating solutions correctly

Skills Practiced

Work on the following skills as well:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on finding indefinite integrals of polynomials
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve practice problems involving calculating an integral
  • Making connections - use understanding of the concept of indefinite integrals of polynomials

Additional Learning

Strengthen your understanding of how to find indefinite integrals of polynomials by completing the lesson associated with this quiz titled Anti-Derivatives: Calculating Indefinite Integrals of Polynomials. Information covered by this lesson includes:

  • How anti-derivatives of polynomials work
  • Equations used for dealing with indefinite integrals
  • The relation of this information to the fundamental theorem of calculus
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