Integrals and Derivatives of Function - Mathematics

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The following are for obtaining the integrals and derivatives of mathematical functions.

Where: the letters a and c denotes constants; the letter x denotes a variable; and the letters u and v denote functions of the variable x.

The expression d/dx means the derivative with respect to x, and as such applies to whatever expression in parentheses follows it.

Thus, d/dx (ax) means the derivative with respect to x of the product (ax) of the constant a and the variable x.

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