d/dx( ∫ 3x to x^3 (t^3 + 1)^10 dt ) I am not sure how to do this, except I know that you are suppose to use chain rule
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Makes sense, except I got to the part: d/du( ∫ v to u (t^3 + 1)^10 dt )du/dx but this doesnt make sense since my lower limit (v = 3x), isnt in terms of u
where F is an antiderivative of
Thanks a lot. How would you do it in a form like this: d/du( ∫ v to u (t^3 + 1)^10 dt )du/dx, keeping the integral sign, and subbing in variables for the lower and upper limits?
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