# How do you prove the integral of 1 x?

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## How do you prove the integral of 1 x?

(1/x)dx = lnx + C, where C is the constant of integration. On the other hand, if the integration is with a variable other than x (assume y), then, int. (1/x)dy = (1/x)y + C, where C is the constant of integration.

**What is the integration of 1 with respect to x *?**

It is x+c. The differentiation of x with respect to x is 1. And, Integration is reverse process of differentiation. So, integration of 1 is x+c, where c is Constant of Integration.

### Is integral of 1 x finite?

We know that the integral of f(x)=1/x from 1 to infinity doesn’t exist (it tends to be infinite). This means that the area of the region bound by the graph of f and x-axis and x=1 is infinite. But we know that the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the above mentioned area around the x-axis is finite.

**What is integral X?**

In general, the integral of a real-valued function f(x) with respect to a real variable x on an interval [a, b] is written as. The integral sign ∫ represents integration. The symbol dx, called the differential of the variable x, indicates that the variable of integration is x.

## Why is the integral of 1 x not 1?

1x happens to be the only function where using power rule to evaluate the integral doesn’t work, and it also happens to the be the only one without a polynomial type integral. This can’t be a coincidence: the two special properties of 1x must be related.

**Why is the integral of 1 x not ln x?**

In differential calculus we learned that the derivative of ln(x) is 1/x. Integration goes the other way: the integral (or antiderivative) of 1/x should be a function whose derivative is 1/x. However, if x is negative then ln(x) is undefined! The solution is quite simple: the antiderivative of 1/x is ln(|x|).

### How do you evaluate an integral?

Definite Integrals. To evaluate a definite integral, from the home screen press F3 to access the calculus menu, and then navigate to 2: Integrate as before. Press ENTER to paste the integral symbol. Then type your equation, press ,, and then type X for the variable of integration.

**How to calculate definite integral?**

Subtract f (b) from f (a) to get the definite integral of a function in the specified range The mathematical representation of Definite Integral is Integration a to b f (x)dx = [F (x)]b to a = F (b)-F (a) Where F (x) is an antiderivative of f (x)

## How to do integrals?

The denominator is decomposed into a product of factors as follows:

**What is the symbol for integral?**

The integral symbol is U+222B ∫ INTEGRAL in Unicode and \\int in LaTeX. In HTML, it is written as ∫ (hexadecimal), ∫ (decimal) and ∫ (named “entity”).