# Integration Formulas

Using Integration formulas is one of the most basic and most used techniques of differentiation .

Integration formulas are directly derived from the formulas of derivatives , As integral is just an inverse function of derivative we can just inverse the formulas used for finding derivatives to find **integral formulas**.

For example ,

If is an integral of , and then we can easily deduce that .

As derivative of is .

or, (reference: Derivative of logarithmic function )

and thus,

Similarly we can also work on other derivative formulas and find following **Integration formulas.**

**Integration Formulas**:

The main integration formulas used to find integral of functions are:

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See also: integration formulas

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