Let f be a continuous function on an interval [a, ∞). Define the function F on (a, ∞) by:

Then F is an anti-derivative f, that is F' (x) = f (x).

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Calculus

Let f be a continuous function on an interval [a, ∞). Define the function F on (a, ∞) by:

Then F is an anti-derivative f, that is F' (x) = f (x).