antiderivative

[an-tee-duh-riv-uh-tiv, an-tahy-]

Origin:
1940–45; anti- + derivative

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What you have is not the integral per se but the antiderivative.
Presents a method based on the historical development of the use of integration that introduces integral as antiderivative.
The indefinite integral is the antiderivative, the inverse operation to the derivative.
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