Question

What is an
integration by substitution? When do we need to perform one? What
substitution is a complete waste of time?

16.
Discuss how
the processes of integration and differentiation can be considered
as “inverses” of each other. How is integration by substitution
related to the
chain
rule?

Answer #1

**16 ANSWER :-**

The process of integration and differentiation can considered as
inverse of each other why because **the Integration**
is the **inverse process** of
**differentiation**. Instead of
**differentiating** a function, we are given the
derivative of a function and asked to find its primitive, i.e., the
original function. Such a **process** is called
**integration** or anti
**differentiation**.

"**Integration by Substitution**" (also called
"u-**Substitution**" or "The Reverse **Chain
Rule**") is a method to find an **integral**,
but only when it can be set up in a special way. When our
**integral** is set up like that, we can do this
**substitution**: Then we can
**integrate** f(u), and finish by putting g(x) back as
u.

NO, substitution gives accurate values and it is not at all waste of time.

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