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    Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

    this one seems like it should be easy but i am having trouble and I dont know why.

    Intergral from 5 to 7 of ((d/dt)sqrt(5 + 5t^4)) dt
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    Quote Originally Posted by abititmuss99 View Post
    this one seems like it should be easy but i am having trouble and I dont know why.

    Intergral from 5 to 7 of ((d/dt)sqrt(5 + 5t^4)) dt
    I am not that good at math but wouldn't this be sqrt (5 + 5t^4)? Put t=7 then subtract from thqat the value you get when you put t=5.
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    awww thats it thanks soooooo much
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    That is, after all the "Fundamental Theorem of Calculus" as you titled this thread!

    \int_a^b \frac{df}{dx} dx= f(b)- f(a).
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