Basic rules for evaluating Riemann integrals.

18.01

*Single Variable Calculus*, Fall 2005

Prof. Jason Starr

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Use of dummy variables in computing Riemann integrals.

18.01

*Single Variable Calculus*, Fall 2005

Prof. Jason Starr

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Evaluating integrals with variables in the limits of integration. Includes example.

18.01

*Single Variable Calculus*, Fall 2005

Prof. Jason Starr

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Integral from a to b equals the negative of the integral from b to a.

18.01

*Single Variable Calculus*, Fall 2005

Prof. Jason Starr

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Definitions, including the properties of linearity, interval addition, estimation, and integrating backwards. Also includes several examples, the absolute values property, and the change of variables formula.

18.01

*Single Variable Calculus*, Fall 2006

Prof. David Jerison

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Functions that are continuous or bounded increasing or bounded decreasing will always be Riemann integrable.

18.013A

*Calculus with Applications*, Spring 2005

Prof. Daniel J. Kleitman

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Examples of functions that are not Riemann integrable, as well as a definition of the principle part of an integral.

18.013A

*Calculus with Applications*, Spring 2005

Prof. Daniel J. Kleitman

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