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The integration by parts method is used to integrate products and uses the following formula: \displaystyle \int u \frac{dv}{dx}dx = uv - \int v\frac{du}{dx} dx

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SyllabusModuleSectionTopicExam Year
AP Calculus BC (USA)4IntegrationParts-
AQA A-Level (UK - Pre-2017)C3IntegrationParts-
AQA A2 Maths 2017Pure MathsIntegrationIntegration by Parts-
AQA AS/A2 Maths 2017Pure MathsIntegrationIntegration by Parts-
CBSE XII (India)CalculusIntegralsIntegration by parts-
CCEA A-Level (NI)C4IntegrationParts-
CIE A-Level (UK)P3IntegrationParts-
Edexcel A-Level (UK - Pre-2017)C4IntegrationParts-
Edexcel A2 Maths 2017Pure MathsIntegrationIntegration by Parts-
Edexcel AS/A2 Maths 2017Pure MathsIntegrationIntegration by Parts-
I.B. Higher Level6IntegrationParts-
Methods (UK)M9IntegrationParts-
OCR A-Level (UK - Pre-2017)C4IntegrationParts-
OCR A2 Maths 2017Pure MathsIntegration TechniquesIntegration by Parts-
OCR MEI A2 Maths 2017Pure MathsIntegration TechniquesIntegration by Parts-
OCR-MEI A-Level (UK - Pre-2017)C3IntegrationParts-
Pre-U A-Level (UK)5IntegrationParts-