Give to me the website where this miracle except as here is still written?

This incorrect equality!

I gave you 6 websites.

Did you look at them?

21122012 wrote:I understand integration best of all in the world

Good. So please explain to me the difference between definite integration and indefinite integration.

Thank you for being my teacher.

You have not done this.

Why do you waste my time again?

I also shall stop replying if you keep behaving like this.

Bob

]]>Therefore result of a certain integral - part of range of definition - a function increment, and result of integral with uncertain borders of integration - all range of definition of function. And no families of functions can be! Now I to you will prepare link.

http://vladimir938.eto-ya.com/files/201 … vative.jpg

Under alim:

]]>Fistfiz wrote:Hi Bob,

if I may, it seems to me that the (logical) error is deeper:

because

is just a symbol to denote the class of antiderivatives; so, saying class=number makes me think 21122012 is totally missing the meaning of it all.Here a problem here in what:

Calculus doesn't distinguish an arithmetic increment from a geometrical increment! ! !

Calculus - bad science! ! !

I'm sorry, but I really don't find the connection you see beetwen this and the main topic...

However, don't you feel a little ashamed by saying "Calculus - bad science! ! !"??

I may be wrong, because i read your first post and didn't either understand what you're talking about... but, honestly, seems to me (and not only to me, as I see) you don't know what an indefinite integral is.

I think you looked at the wrong pages.

I understand integration best of all in the world

Good. So please explain to me the difference between definite integration and indefinite integration.

Thank you for being my teacher.

Bob

]]>bob bundy wrote:hi 21122012,

Do you understand the difference between definite integration and indefinite integration ?

Bob

hi Bob!

I understand integration best of all in the world and I already once proved you it!

You haven't prived anything to anyone.

I think I will restrain from replying to threads of yours like this one from now on, as I suggest to everyone else. Nice talking to you, I guess...

]]>and these

...

...

I looked. Arithmetics rule isn't cancelled anywhere:

]]>http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=integration+by+parts

http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/CalcTwoDIRECTORY/intbypartsdirectory/IntByParts.html

http://www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/CalcTwoDIRECTORY/intbypartsdirectory/IntByParts.html

http://www.sosmath.com/calculus/integration/byparts/byparts.html

http://www.math.hmc.edu/calculus/tutorials/int_by_parts/

Bob

]]>hi 21122012,

Do you understand the difference between definite integration and indefinite integration ?

Bob

hi Bob!

I understand integration best of all in the world and I already once proved you it!

It's a joke...

]]>Hi Bob,

if I may, it seems to me that the (logical) error is deeper:

because

is just a symbol to denote the class of antiderivatives; so, saying class=number makes me think 21122012 is totally missing the meaning of it all.

Here a problem here in what:

Calculus doesn't distinguish an arithmetic increment from a geometrical increment! ! !

Calculus - bad science! ! !

]]>Do you understand the difference between definite integration and indefinite integration ?

First look at

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fundamenta … f_calculus

When you understand this, the website for integration by parts is

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integration_by_parts

Hope that helps,

Bob

]]>Hi Bob

The flawed step is assuming that -Integral[1/x,x]+Integral[1/x,x]=0 instead of Integral [0,x].

You are wrong. Such formula isn't present. Here a problem in other! Here a problem in an error of Calculus!

]]>]]>Hi Bob

The problem with that is that the constand of integration appears after integration... In his steps, he never actually differentiated...

So

That looks OK to me.

Sorry bobbym Your chance to become richer than Bill Gates has been dashed.

Bob

Give to me the website where this miracle except as here is still written?

This incorrect equality!

]]>Have you looked at

http://www.mathisfunforum.com/viewtopic.php?id=18422

There's a lot of it, so I don't expect you to look at it all. Post #1 is worth a look though.

Bob

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