I need help with his problem. The integral is 2 through X and for Cos t/t solve using the second fundamental theorem? The other one is 1 through 3x^2 for tan t sorry I am new here and dont know how to use the integrand sign.
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Originally Posted by Iron Angel I need help with his problem. The integral is 2 through X and for Cos t/t solve using the second fundamental theorem? Are you tryin' to find the derivative of In that case we have and we're done. Originally Posted by Iron Angel The other one is 1 through 3x^2 for tan t Apply the same as the previous problem.
yeah that is exactly what i was looking for thanks!!. So on the second one it would be 6x tan 3x^2 because of the chain rule.
That's correct.
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