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    watching hegarty integrals, and dont want to ask cos he probs wont reply in time.
    in the yellow banner, it says use of indefinite integrals for area, does he mean definite, cos its confusing me atm.
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    (Original post by ihatePE)

    watching hegarty integrals, and dont want to ask cos he probs wont reply in time.
    in the yellow banner, it says use of indefinite integrals for area, does he mean definite, cos its confusing me atm.
    Yes definitely definite.
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    Yes definitely definite.
    can finally sleep now thanks <3
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    (Original post by Alex Jones⠀)
    But it's indefinite!
    hmmm 1 gem. very credible.
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    hmmm 1 gem. very credible.
    Them fast bans though... :lol:

    Also if you're ever unsure about something like this or something similar, you can always refer to the definition of what it means to be a (in)definite integral.
 
 
 
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