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\frametitle{Fundamental Theorem of Calculus}

\fundamental
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The second part yields an easy method for evaluating integrals!
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Evaluate the integral
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\int_1^3 e^x\,dx
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Note that $e^x$ is continuous\pause, and an antiderivative is $F(x) = e^x$.\pause
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\int_1^3 e^x \,dx = \mpause[1]{e^3 - e}
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We could have used any antiderivative $F(x) = e^x + C$\;!
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