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Calculus[1][edit | edit source]

If f and g are functions of x and a and b are constants, then:             



If y=y(x) and x=x(y) are inverse functions then:

Indefinite integrals, where is the arbitrary constant of integration:

Exponential and trigonometric functions[edit | edit source]

If a is a constant, then:                  wherever f is positive.

Fundamental theorem of calculus[edit | edit source]


Taylor series and Euler's equations[2][edit | edit source]

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