Integration is often introduced as the reverse process to differentiation, and has wide applications, for example in finding areas under curves and volumes of solids. This section explains what is meant by integration and provides many standard integration techniques.

Integrating algebraic fractions (1)

The integral of an algebraic fraction can often be found by first expressing the fraction as the sum of its partial fractions. To do this it is necessary to draw on a wide variety of other techniques. This unit considers the case where the denominator may be written as a product of linear factors. Video tutorial 44 mins.