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    Fundamental theorem of calculus. Help!!

    I have an exam tomorrow and am trying to do past exam questions.Panicking!

    The question tells us G(x)=integral between -1 and (sinx)^2 of e^t.tant dt. F(x)=integral between-1 and x of e^t.tant dt.

    Write G(x) in terms of F(x). Find G'(x).

    I think I have G'(x) as 2sinxcosx(e^(sinx)^2).tan((sinx)^2).

    However, I'm not so sure of how to express G(x) in terms of F(X).

    Can anyone help?
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    Re: Fundamental theorem of calculus. Help!!

    Actually is it as simple as G(x) = F((sinx)^2)??
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    Re: Fundamental theorem of calculus. Help!!

    Yep!
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