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Calculus II: Lesson 13a: Improper Integrals

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So far in our study of integration, we have considered Int(f(x),x = a .. b) where f is a bounded function on the bounded interval [a, b] . We now want to see what happens when either f or the interval [a, b] becomes unbounded. In either case, we have what is called an improper integral (the integrals we have seen so far are called proper integrals). As you will see, an improper integral is not defined directly in terms of partitions and sums, but is instead defined as a limit of proper integrals.

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Publish Date: October 01, 2003
Created In: Maple 8
Language: English

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