Let f be everywhere continuous and set F(x) = Find F'(x) and F''(x) How do I deal with the double interal? I have , is it the right first step?
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Yes, that's the first step. Now is just a matter of simple application of the FTC.
Originally Posted by Krizalid Yes, that's the first step. Now is just a matter of simple application of the FTC. So, is the answer F'(x) = xf(x), then what is F''(x)?
Originally Posted by 450081592 Let f be everywhere continuous and set F(x) = Find F'(x) and F''(x) How do I deal with the double interal? I have , is it the right first step? let , then we have . By FTC, and