What is an antiderivative for e^(-x^2)?

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Calculus One
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The Ohio State University

Calculus One

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Antidifferentiation
Antidifferentiation is the process of untaking derivatives, of finding a function whose derivatives is a given function. Since it involves working backwards, antidifferentiation feels like "unbreaking a vase" and can be just as challenging.

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  • Jim Fowler, PhD
    Jim Fowler, PhD
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    Mathematics