### Integration

Integration is a fundamental concept in calculus that deals with finding the area under a curve. Integration is the inverse operation of differentiation and is …

Differentiation is a fundamental concept in calculus that deals with finding the rate of change of a function at any given point. It involves finding the derivative of a function, which is represented by the slope of the function's tangent line at that point. Differentiation is used to model real-world phenomena such as velocity, acceleration, and optimization problems, and plays a crucial role in understanding the behavior of functions, including their maxima, minima, and inflection points. The derivative of a function also provides information about the function's behavior, such as concavity and increasing/decreasing intervals. By using differentiation, one can understand how a function changes over time and determine its rate of change at any given point.