Improper Integrals

Evaluating Improper Integrals.

Mapped to AP College Board # LIM-6, LIM-6.A, LIM-6.A.1, LIM-6.A.2

The use of limits allows us to show that the areas of unbounded regions may be finite. Evaluate an improper integral or determine that the integral diverges. An improper integral is an integral that has one or both limits infinite or has an integrand that is unbounded in the interval of integration. Improper integrals can be determined using limits of definite integrals.