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