# Integrals / Antiderivatives

## Description

All about integrals. This playlist starts off with different integration methods, and ends with applications of those methods to find areas, volumes, and arc lengths.

Topics: Basic definite integrals; integration by parts, with trigonometric substitution, and using partial fractions; improper integrals; other integration problems; integrating to find area, arc length, volume, and areas of surfaces of revolution

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