Definite Integration problem no 3  Definite Integration  Diploma Maths  2  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
This video explains how to solve a specific definite integration problem stepbystep.
Key Insights
 ❓ Definite integration problems involving linear equations can be simplified by comparisons to known integrals.
 ❓ Substitution is a useful technique in definite integration, especially when composite functions are involved.
 👻 Dividing by the derivative of the substitution allows for simplification and cancellation of terms in the integral.
 😑 The limits of integration need to be substituted with the new variable or expression used in the integral.
Transcript
click the bell icon to get latest videos from Ekeeda Hello friends in this video we are going to see one more problem on basic definite integration let us start with problem number 3 integral 2 to 4 DX upon 2 X plus 3 let us consider this integral as I now in this integral we have 1 upon linear equation and 1 upon linear equation can be compared wi... Read More
Questions & Answers
Q: How is the definite integral of 2/(2x + 3) solved in this video?
The integral is transformed by substituting 2x + 3 for x, using the derivative of 2x + 3 to divide the integral, and then substituting the limits of integration.
Q: What is the final answer to the definite integral in this problem?
The final answer is (1/2) log(11/7).
Q: Why is the derivative of 2x + 3 divided by the original function in the integration process?
Dividing by the derivative simplifies the integral by canceling out the substitution. It allows us to solve the integral of 1/x and then multiply it by the derivative.
Q: How are the limits of integration substituted in the final step?
The upper limit of 4 is replaced with 2(4) + 3 in the log expression, and the lower limit of 2 is replaced with 2(2) + 3. These values are then used to calculate the final result.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The video discusses solving the definite integral of 2/(2x + 3) from 2 to 4 using a substitution method.

By comparing the integral to the integral of 1/x, the composite function 2x + 3 is used as a substitution.

The derivative of 2x + 3 is divided by the original function to simplify the integral, and the limits are substituted accordingly.