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# Do I differentiate or I integrate? Watch

1. When I have f ' (x) and I'm trying to find f(x)? I think I integrate but I'm not sure..

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2. (Original post by JodieW)
When I have f ' (x) and I'm trying to find f(x)? I think I integrate but I'm not sure..

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correct
3. (Original post by davros)
correct
Cheers

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4. Recognize that you differentiate f(x) wrt x to obtain f'(x), so if you are stuck with f'(x) at the onset and wish to discover f(x), then the process should be done in reverse; ie you should use anti-differentiation aka integration.

Hope this can help reinforce your understanding. Peace.

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