Discovery of ambiguity in the typical process of integration in Integral calculus

Authors

  • Pramode Ranjan Bhattacharjee Retired Principal, Kabi Nazrul Mahavidyalaya, Sonamura, Tripura - 799131, India

Keywords:

Notation for the operator of integration., Notation for differential of a variable, Notation for integral, Function, Differential calculus, Integral calculus

Abstract

The fundamental concept behind the integration operation in Integral calculus has been revisited. Information gathered from traditional literature search regarding the typical process of integration adopted by various authors to solve problem or in going through theoretical discussions has been first shared with and subsequently put into context to the fundamental concept of integration operation in Integral calculus to find that there exists ambiguity in the procedural steps of performing such integration process. With a view to getting rid of the ambiguous procedure inherent in the process of integration, the unambiguous procedural steps to be followed for solving such a problem as well as in going through each of the relevant part of those theoretical discussions have been finally offered

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Published

2020-12-31

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Bhattacharjee, P. R. (2020). Discovery of ambiguity in the typical process of integration in Integral calculus . MathLAB Journal, 7, 10-15. Retrieved from https://purkh.com/index.php/mathlab/article/view/900

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