Table of Integrals

I have maintained it at my own time and expense for over 20 years. Now there are other sites with a lot more information.
If anyone out there is interested in sponsoring or purchasing the domain please let me know.

query at integral-table dot com

The entire page is available as a github repository at

Download Complete Table as: PDF File | Latex

Other Printable Tables
Most of the table on a single page: PDF | Latex
Table of 18 Basic Integrals: PDF | Latex
Logic Formulas: PDF | Latex
Laplace Transforms: PDF | Latex
Differential Equations Study Guide: PDF | Latex
Elementary Statistics: PDF | Latex
Tables from Doing Calculus PDF

Solve any integral on-line with the Wolfram Integrator (External Link)

Right click on any integral to view in mathml. Use this scroll bar ↓

The integral table in the frame above was produced TeX4ht for MathJax using the command

sh ./ integral-table
the configuration file here, and the shell scripts ht5mjlatex and

If you find an error or for general suggestions:

Send an email to query at integral-table dot com

Please note that the equation numbering (and ordering) may be different on the printed and web version, and between the current and earlier version of this web page. When making an error report please indicate whether you are referring to the on-line or pdf version of the equation.

Usage and Attribution

Creative Commons License Except where otherwise stated, the documents posted on are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. This includes the web page itself and all pdf and latex files posted on the web site and its derivative pages. Attribution to the web site will satisfy the attribution terms of this license.

Copyright © 2014 B.E.Shapiro. This material is posted as is without warranty. No claims are made about the accuracy, correctness or suitability of this material for any purpose. While a reasonable effort was made to verify the accuracy of these formulas some typographical errors may have occurred. You should verify any formulas you use before using or publishing any derivative results.

The actual integral formulas themselves exist in the public domain and may not be copyrighted.


The author is not in any way affiliated with Wolfram Research, Mathematica, or the Wolfram Integrater. I've just posted the link at the top of this page because I think their web site is really cool!

Many people have identified errors and made many useful suggestions. Among those individuals are (and I apologize for spelling errors - many names are incomplete and are based only on email addresses): Daniel Ajoy; Andrea Bajo; James Duley; Johannes Ebke; Stephen Gilmore; Peter Kloeppel; Larry Morris Kregg Quarles; LS Rigo; Nicole Ritzert Stephen Russ; Jim Swift; Vedran (Veky) Čačić; Bruce Weems; Justin Winokur; Corne de Witt; Phillipe (Xul); Jose Antonio Alvarez Loyo Yates.

And I am honored to be considered amongst the following esteemed company:

Who needs a math reference when you've got MathWorld or

[ Peter Maurer, Review-by-Few or Review-by-Many?]