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    Integration by parts

    Suppose routine integration by parts yields:

    \int f(x)\,dx = g(x) + \int h(x)\,dx + C

    Where h does not necessarily have an antiderivate.

    Then is it correct to assume that \int_a^b f(x)\,dx = g(b)-g(a) + \int_a^bh(x)\,dx?

    Thanks for any help.
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    Re: Integration by parts

    yeah all you've done is plugged in the limits for your g, you're good
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