Antiderivative Calculator

Use our simple online Antiderivative Calculator to find the Derivatives with step-by-step explanation.

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How to use the Antiderivative Calculator


Step 1

Enter your set of numbers in the input field.


Step 2

Press Enter on the keyboard or on the arrow to the right of the input field.


Step 3

In the pop-up window, select “Find the Antiderivative”. You can also use the search.

What is Antiderivative

In mathematical analysis, primitive or antiderivative of a function f is said to be a derivable function F whose derivative is equal to the starting function. Denoting with the apex the derivative, F '(x) = f (x). The set of all primitives of a function f is called the indefinite integral of f. The calculation of the primitive is closely linked to the resolution of the integrals defined by the fundamental theorem of the integral calculation: in fact, the integral of a function is equal to the difference of the values of the primitive on the integration extremes.