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Teaching Integration by Substitution

by David Gale (University of California, Berkeley)

This article originally appeared in:
American Mathematical Monthly
June, 1994

Subject classification(s): Calculus | Single Variable Calculus | Integration
Applicable Course(s): 3.0 Calculus | 3.2 Mainstream Calculus II | 3.5 Non-mainstream Calc II

The author discusses the technique of integration by substitution with particular emphasis on trigonometric substitution.


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One-Variable Calculus | Integration Methods
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