I introduce the concept of finding the general Antiderivative through the process of Indefinite Integration. I finish by working through many examples. NOTE: I miscopied the Power Rule writing that n can't equal 1, there is an annotation correction, n cannot equal -1.
NOTE: At min 9:00 I verbal say the derivative of 3x is 3x^2 which is incorrect. It is 3. You will not see the annotation correction if viewing on an iPad or iPhone.
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