This is a 1 page article prepared by me for students to learn how to do **Integration by Substitution**, a very useful technique that can integrate many functions.

This is especially useful for students taking H2 Maths, as it is one of the two tools for integration. The other is Integration by Parts. SMU First Year Students also have to take a calculus course which includes Integration by Substitution too.

This is also my first time trying out embedding Scribd into WordPress, so that users can view the document on the website itself without downloading anything. 🙂

Print version: Integration by Substitution

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