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**Isktaine** I understand that if a function has more than one antiderivative because when you intergrate it you put +c (which can be any number) but does this still apply for a function on a certain interval eg (-2,2). And does this also apply for continuous functions? How does the antiderivative of continuous functions vary from just functions?

Hope that makes sense, I'm just trying to get my head around functions have antiderivatives and how many. Every textbook I read doesnt seem very clear.

Thanks,

Isk