how would one approach this equation to graph it.

f(t) = (x^2+11x+28)/(1+(cos(x))^2) from 0 to t, and looking for where the local maximum of t occurs

thanks!

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- September 9th 2009, 09:21 AMN736RAgraphing integrals
how would one approach this equation to graph it.

f(t) = (x^2+11x+28)/(1+(cos(x))^2) from 0 to t, and looking for where the local maximum of t occurs

thanks! - September 9th 2009, 09:26 AMANDS!
I believe the TI-83 can graph the integral. Check here.

- September 9th 2009, 09:30 AMCalculus26
This is a FTC problem you want where f ' (t) = 0

See attachment - September 9th 2009, 09:37 AMCalculus26
The actual graph of the integral (done in mathcad) is in the attachment