I am in need of assistance in 2 collegeboard AP exam problems.

There are posted here.http://img329.imageshack.us/img329/4370/13zi0.gif

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Your assistance is very much appreciated.

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- May 8th 2007, 04:55 PMwhatsntomake2 collegeboard AP exam MC problems.
I am in need of assistance in 2 collegeboard AP exam problems.

There are posted here.http://img329.imageshack.us/img329/4370/13zi0.gif

http://img163.imageshack.us/img163/7881/18vw3.jpg

Your assistance is very much appreciated. - May 8th 2007, 06:50 PMThePerfectHacker
You shall use the 2nd Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

If it was just INT(0,x)f(t)dt

Then the derivative is f(x).

Here it is INT(0,x^2)f(t)dt

Use the chain rule.

The inner function (the "u") is x^2

The other function (the "f(u)") is INT(0,u)f(t)dt.

Thus,

2x*f(u)=2x*f(x^2)