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5 Matching questions
 Inverse Secant Antiderivative
 f'(x)+g'(x)
 Given f(x):
Is f continuous @ C
Is f' continuous @ C  Area under a curve
 nx^(n1)
 a
 b
 c
Yes lim+=lim=f(c)
No, f'(c) doesn't exist because of cusp  d
 e
5 Multiple choice questions
D: (∞,+∞)
R: (o,+∞)
5 True/False questions

tan(x)+C →

1 →

ln(a)*aⁿ+C →

Natural log function →
D: (0,+∞)
R: (0,+∞) 
Inverse Sine Antiderivative →