`IndefiniteIntegralEqual(f(x), g(x), x, c)`, rendered as $\int f(x) \, dx = g(x) + \mathcal{C}, x = c$, expresses that $g(x)$ is an antiderivative of $f(x)$ at the point $c$, or formally that $g'(c) = f(c)$. In other words, $g(x)$ belongs to the equivalence class of antiderivatives of $f(x)$ at the point $c$. This is rendered as a statement of equality (with an arbitrary constant of integration) to follow the conventional notation for indefinite integrals.

This operator is ambiguous since the intended meaning could be a real derivative, a complex derivative, or some other form of derivative. It is better to use

`RealIndefiniteIntegralEqual`or`ComplexIndefiniteIntegralEqual`.The argument

`x`defines a locally bound variable used in the expressions $f(x)$ and $g(x)$. If this operator is called more simply as`IndefiniteIntegralEqual(f(x), g(x), x)`, the meaning is the same as`IndefiniteIntegralEqual(f(x), g(x), x, x)`, where the`x`appearing in $f(x)$ and $g(x)$ is understood as a new dummy variable. This dummy variable is evaluated at the value`x`defined in the surrounding context only after the functions have been constructed.Definitions:

Fungrim symbol | Notation | Short description |
---|---|---|

IndefiniteIntegralEqual | $\int f(x) \, dx = g(x) + \mathcal{C}$ | Indefinite integral |

Derivative | $\frac{d}{d z}\, f\!\left(z\right)$ | Derivative |

RealIndefiniteIntegralEqual | $\int f(x) \, dx = g(x) + \mathcal{C}$ | Indefinite integral, real derivative |

ComplexIndefiniteIntegralEqual | $\int f(x) \, dx = g(x) + \mathcal{C}$ | Indefinite integral, complex derivative |

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