For the last one, it is the second fundamental rule of calc.
Here is a way to look at it:
We get:
Now, simplify.
For the first one, that should be .
let
Hey there, the given question is ..
I am confused with the part.
Is the above equivalent to ..
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If so, the approach for this question would be ..
Letting ?
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What is this question trying to say? Why are the boundaries in x variable while the function is in t?
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Hello, pearlyc!
The derivative is: .Is the derivative of ? . . . . no
Is there anyway to further simplify this? . . . . yes
Then: .
So is in this right triangle:Code:* ____ * * √1+x² * * * * x * * * θ * * * * * * * * 1
We have: .
From Pythagorus, we have: .
Hence: .
And your answer becomes: .