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5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
 Derivative of ln(u)
 cos(x)+C
 Constants in integrals
 Square root function
 Squaring function
 a
 b
D: (∞,+∞)
R: (o,+∞)  c
D: (0,+∞)
R: (0,+∞)  d
 e
5 Multiple choice questions
hint: tanu = sinu/cosu
Yes lim+=lim=f(c)
No, f'(c) doesn't exist because of cusp
5 True/False questions

Antiderivative of f(x) from [a,b] →

ln(sinx)+C = ln(cscx)+C →
hint: tanu = sinu/cosu 
Reciprocal function →
D: (∞,+∞) x can't be zero
R: (∞,+∞) y can't be zero 
Global Definition of a Derivative →
f '(x) is the limit of the following difference quotient as x approaches c 
ln(secx+tanx)+C = ln(secxtanx)+C →