I've heard this kind of question before. An anti-derivative will yield a definitive delta area under a graph of a function between any 2 limits. Seeing there is only one delta area, any different expressions defining it would essentially be the same.
The area of a right triangle $1/2xy$ or $1/2x^2 \tan \theta$ are the same with a trigonometric substitution. For the family of anti-derivatives whose only difference is C, where C makes no difference in calculating the definite integral, in reverse they only have one derivative.
To summarize, a function that defines areas of different regions under a graph is unique and so those different areas are themselves defined by a unique function under which they exist.