Integration in calculus can be considered as the inverse of differentiation (anti derivative). Here I introduce you to the concept of indefinite integration and look at integrating terms of the form ax^n, handling negative and rational powers with examples to try. Quick links below.

## Video Contents

PAGE 1: Introduction 0:0:04

What is integration? 0:02:50

How to integrate terms of the form ax^n 0:03:42

PAGE 2: Example to try

1(a) Integral – Now try this 0:09:22

1(b) Finding the constant C 0:11:27

PAGE 3: Integrals involving expanding brackets

Example 1 0:14:02

Example 2 0:15:36

PAGE 4: Integrals involving negative powers

Example 1 0:19:11

Example 2 0:21:54

Example 3: 0:25:00

PAGE 5: Integrals involving roots

Example 1 0:27:26

Example 2 0:30:20

Page 6: Putting it all together

Example 0:32:46