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What's the integral of *x*^{k}? If you're up to speed with your calculus, you can probably rattle the answer off by heart. But can you prove it? **Chris Sangwin** introduces an ingenious method for deriving the integral from first principles.

Coming to think of it, is the standard formula for the integral of *x*^{k} really the best one? **Chris Sangwin** makes an interesting case that it is not.