As I’m away on Monday, you’ll want to get a head start on antiderivatives, which are, in some sense, the opposite of derivatives. For example, if the derivative of \(x^2\) is \(2x\), then the antiderivative of \(2x\) is \(x^2+c\), where \(c\) is the constant of integration.
Read Section 18B, 18D, and 18E.1 (paying particular attention to the examples), and complete the following questions.
Exercise 18B questions 1–3
Exercise 18D questions 1–9, 11, 12
Exercise 18E.1 questions 1–3
Aim to complete most, if not all, of these questions before our next class.