Integral of Constant

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Theorem

Let $c$ be a constant.

Definite Integral

$\displaystyle \int_a^b c \ \ \mathrm dx = c \left({b-a}\right)$.


Indefinite Integral

$\displaystyle \int c \ \mathrm dx = c x + C$ where $C$ is an arbitrary constant.