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ইন্টিগ্রেশন অফ 0 = 1 হয় কেন?

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asked Apr 12, 2014 in Mathematics by tridwip sen (278 points)
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answered May 27, 2014 by Ashik Ullah (325 points)
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"Although derivative of a constant would be zero, but integral of zero would always be zero." Because, Integral is NOT anti-derivative in strict sense. Its an area under graph f(x) in Cartesian system.That is, Integrals are looking for the area under the graph. There is no area under the graph of y=0 so, integral of 0(zero) is 0 (zero).
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answered Nov 23, 2018 by মাহমুদুল হাসান মুন (137 points)
Your quention is not right.plese cheek it.....

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