Definite integrals are integrals that have limits. Limits appear in pairs; a number to the right of the top of the integral a number to the right of the bottom of the integral, such as in the following:.

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# Definite Integrals

Integration where limits are involved.

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You might wonder why the integration constant is left off; this is because it cancels when evaluating definite integrals.

# Indefinite Integrals

Integration where limits are not involved.

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