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OpenStudy (anonymous):

When evaluating an integral: You first take the antiderivative of the inside function, then do F(b)-F(a). However, what if the inside function if an absolute value function? What should be the next step?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Can you type the problem?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Sorry, there isn't an actual problem. It's just a concept I randomly thought about in class.

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