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3. if F(x)= find F'(16)

Hi, any help would be wonderful. I really need the explanation more than the answer, though.

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- Apr 17th 2008, 10:49 AMrsanforda couple integrals
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3. if F(x)= find F'(16)

Hi, any help would be wonderful. I really need the explanation more than the answer, though. - Apr 17th 2008, 10:57 AMPaulRS
1. Subsitute remember that

2. Subsitute

3. Define so that (1)

Now differentiate in (1) using the chain rule and remember that - Apr 17th 2008, 10:59 AMTKHunny
What are your thoughts?

1. A substitution looks easy enough. u = ???

2. Begging for Integration by Parts if you want to learn something, but a simple substitution of everything under the radical might be a lot easier.

3. A derivative of an integral? Don't forget the Chain Rule. This one likely is ill-formed, Do you mean "d"?__t__

Let's see what you get. - Apr 18th 2008, 12:21 PMMoo
Hello,

For the first one, a substitution u=cos(x) is quite a valid way to solve it too ^^ - Apr 18th 2008, 01:20 PMcolby2152