# Which functions have antiderivatives?

## Which functions have antiderivatives?

Indeed, all continuous functions have antiderivatives. But noncontinuous functions don’t. Take, for instance, this function defined by cases. but there’s no way to define F(0) to make F differentiable at 0 (since the left derivative at 0 is 0, but the right derivative at 0 is 1).

**How do you find the antiderivative of a function?**

To find an antiderivative for a function f, we can often reverse the process of differentiation. For example, if f = x4, then an antiderivative of f is F = x5, which can be found by reversing the power rule. Notice that not only is x5 an antiderivative of f, but so are x5 + 4, x5 + 6, etc.

**What is the mathematical equation for a heart?**

Just like there are many types of heart shapes, there are many ways to graph the equation of the heart. This heart above is graphed by the equation (x^2 + y^2 – 1)^3 = x^2 y^3.

### What graph makes hearts?

The heart curve is a closed curve, which has the shape of a heart. The heart is well known as a figure on playings cards besides diamonds, cross and spades. If you speak about a heart, you rather mean the heart figure than the heart shaped curve.

**How many antiderivatives can a function have?**

Two antiderivatives

Every continuous function has an antiderivative, and in fact has infinitely many antiderivatives. Two antiderivatives for the same function f(x) differ by a constant. To find all antiderivatives of f(x), find one anti-derivative and write “+ C” for the arbitrary constant.

**What functions do not have antiderivatives?**

Examples of functions with nonelementary antiderivatives include:

- (elliptic integral)
- (logarithmic integral)
- (error function, Gaussian integral)
- and (Fresnel integral)
- (sine integral, Dirichlet integral)
- (exponential integral)
- (in terms of the exponential integral)
- (in terms of the logarithmic integral)

## What is the difference between antiderivative and integral?

In general, “Integral” is a function associate with the original function, which is defined by a limiting process. Deeply thinking an antiderivative of f(x) is just any function whose derivative is f(x). For example, an antiderivative of x^3 is x^4/4, but x^4/4 + 2 is also one of an antiderivative.

**Why is it important to add C in the antiderivatives of functions?**

In order to include all antiderivatives of f(x) , the constant of integration C is used for indefinite integrals. The importance of C is that it allows us to express the general form of antiderivatives.

**Why is it called a cardioid?**

A cardioid (from the Greek καρδία “heart”) is a plane curve traced by a point on the perimeter of a circle that is rolling around a fixed circle of the same radius. Named for its heart-like form, it is shaped more like the outline of the cross section of a round apple without the stalk.

### What function makes a heart?

The task of your heart is to pump enough blood to deliver a continuous supply of oxygen and other nutrients to the brain and the other vital organs.