Course: Calculus II
Topic: Integration Techniques
Subtopic: Integration by Tables


Some integrals are so complicated or time-consuming to integrate algebraically that we resort to simply looking-up their answer in a table of known integrals or evaluating electronically. In this lesson we practice using an integral table to evaluate integrals. Reference books such as the CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae contain literally thousands of integrals that some kind mathematician has evaluated for us so that we can simply apply the formula to find the answer.


By the end of this topic you should know and be prepared to be tested on:


Terms you should be able to define: integral table, CRC tables

Mini-Lectures and Examples

STUDY: Integration Techniques - General Strategy, Tables, & Electronic Evaluation

Supplemental Resources (recommended)

Important! Download/print: [Download Full INTEGRAL TABLE or Compressed Two-Page Version]
Both versions of a table of integrals from integral-table.com contain over 100 of the most common integrals needed in a Calculus I-II-III course. We will refer to this list in class. Optional alternatives include:

Supplemental Resources (optional)

Lesson: Using Tables to Find Antiderivatives, Dale Hoffman's Contemporary Calculus

rev. 2021-02-13