Find the derivative. i need help finding this, i dont know how to do it, thanks
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Generally, you notice that the Derivative and the Integral are very closely related and you simply write down the answer. Think about
Hello, Let F be an antiderivative of f. Then, According to it, what can you say ?
In a nutshell. The second fundamental theorem of Calculus states: where is a constant More generally (By the chain rule),
Originally Posted by Jhevon In a nutshell. The second fundamental theorem of Calculus states: where is a constant More generally (By the chain rule), you're just gonna have to show me how to do it please, then i'll be able to understand better thanks
Originally Posted by mathlete you're just gonna have to show me how to do it please, then i'll be able to understand better thanks you have the first case (c = 1), do you see that? your f(t) is , so your answer should be f(x). what would f(x) be?
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