# Ch 15: Integration

Boost your confidence ahead of an upcoming exam by reviewing the helpful lessons on math integration provided in this chapter. These self-paced video and text lessons cover all the topics you'll need to know on test day in order to get the highest grade possible.

## Integration - Chapter Summary

In this engaging chapter, you'll learn all about integration in mathematics, including the definition of definite integrals, using anti-derivatives to calculate the indefinite integrals of polynomials and the trapezoid rule. Our short, user-friendly lessons also cover the formula associated with Simpson's Rule and the use of substitution to solve integrals. Other topics include integration by parts and finding simple areas with integration and root finding. Once you complete this chapter, you should be ready to:

• Integrate functions with partial fractions
• Give an example of partial fraction decomposition
• Complete the square to integrate functions
• Use integration to find volumes of revolution
• Solve practice problems involving the volume of a solid of revolution

You can work at your own pace as you access these learning tools on your mobile phone, tablet or computer. All of our lessons are followed by a multiple-choice quiz so you can test your understanding of the subjects. Feel free to watch the video lessons as many times as you need to in order to master the information, or use the video tabs feature to skip directly to a specific section.

11 Lessons in Chapter 15: Integration
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