What is the difference between an indefinite integral and a definite integral?
With an indefinite integral there are no upper and lower limits on
the integral here, and what we'll get is an answer that still has x's in
it and will also have a K, plus K, in it.
A definite integral has upper and lower limits on the integrals, and
it's called definite because, at the end of the problem, we have a
number - it is a definite answer.
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