Section
4.9. Section 4.9 introduces antiderivatives,
preparing us to understand the fundamental theorem of
calculus. Pay particular attention to Theorem 1 and
Table 2. Answer the following questions by 7:00
am. Send an e-mail with subject line **MA251 4.9** to
selliott@utm.edu .

1) What is a particular antiderivative of the function (sec x)^2 ?

tan x

2) What is the difference between a particular antiderivative and a general antiderivative?

A general antiderivative has an arbitrary
constant. A particular antiderivative results from
choosing a particular value for this constant.

3) How many
different antiderivatives of (sec x)^2 are there?

Infinitely many