Well this problem I keep getting really wrong and it is frustrating haha.

The problem is from -3 to sin(x) and h(x) = (cos(t^4)+t) dt

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- September 9th 2009, 09:03 AMmbrez88Basic intergation
Well this problem I keep getting really wrong and it is frustrating haha.

The problem is from -3 to sin(x) and h(x) = (cos(t^4)+t) dt - September 9th 2009, 09:19 AMCalculus26
I'm assuming the question is what is dh/dx ?

In which case this is a FTC problem

See attachment - September 9th 2009, 09:38 AMmbrez88reply
umm the problem says this...i think i forgot to say this at first.

Use the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to find the derivative of said problem

h' (x) = - September 9th 2009, 09:40 AMCalculus26
the answer is in the attachment of my previous post

- September 9th 2009, 09:50 AMmbrez88
Thank you for your time but for some reason or another it is telling me that the answer is wrong and i don't know why. Thank you though

- September 9th 2009, 10:01 AMCalculus26
Aah yes

it should be [cos(sin^4(x) +sin(x)]cos(x)

The method was right but i got sloppy substituting back sin(x) - September 9th 2009, 10:05 AMmbrez88
YAAAAA THANK YOU SO MUCHHHH thank you

- September 9th 2009, 10:06 AMCalculus26
see correct version