Slope, length, area for polar curves in calculus is one of the most interesting and bit complex topic of Calculus. In this section, we will look at areas enclosed by polar curves. Here, we used the word “enclosed” instead of “under”.
n calculus, antiderivative is an operation which perform opposite operation on derivatives or we can say that antiderivative performs integration operation because integration is opposite form of differentiation .
The definition of a limit is not concerned with value of f(x) when, x=c. So, we care about the values of f(x) when x is close to c, on either the left side or right side.Now, we move on to rules regarding limits. Limits have some rules which are useful when we solve different limit problems. First Rule: First rule is called as the constant rule. In this rule we state- if we have f(x) =b (where f is constant for all x) then, the limits as x approaches c must be equal to b.