Integration with ice

Someone once told me a clever way to remember the indefinite integral of 3x^2:

\int 3(ice)^2 \hspace{8 pt}d(ice) = (ice)^3 + C = \mathrm{iceberg}

Read it as The indefinite integral of three ice squared is ice cubed plus sea. In other words, an iceberg.

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