f(x) = integral from 0 to g(x) of ((t+1)/(t^5+1)^.5)dt where g(x) = integral from 0 to sinx of (1+cos(t^3))dt find f'(pi) help please!
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Originally Posted by kyliealana f(x) = integral from 0 to g(x) of ((t+1)/(t^5+1)^.5)dt where g(x) = integral from 0 to sinx of (1+cos(t^3))dt find f'(pi) help please! Is the question where , find If that is it, then the good news is that no integrals are needed. where . Now just evaluate that for
Thank you! I have a question though. Why is f'(x) the same as the integral when g'(x) is not the same as the integral?
Originally Posted by kyliealana Why is f'(x) the same as the integral when g'(x) is not the same as the integral? I simply have no idea what your question means. Here is the basic idea. If each of is a differentiable function and then .
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