Anti derivative of function f is the function F whose derivative is function f. We can understand it by an equation as F'=f. This process is also known as anti differentiation. This term is related to the definite integrals by using the functions of calculus. It can be understand by an example as the function F(x)=x3/3 is an anti derivative of the function f=x2 means x2 have indefinite number of anti derivatives because the derivative of a constant is zero so x3/3+3,x3/3+78,x3/3+453 and so on. By it we can understand that when the value of the constant is changed then the new anti derivative is obtained as F(x)=x3/3+c here c is a arbitrary constant.
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