I understand it for the most part and have got the previous problems, but this one is throwing me off quite a bit. The question is to find the derivative using FTC part 1.
It's the integral of 1-3x to 1 of u^3/(1+u^2) du
Hello,
You have
What does FTC part 1 says ?
So now, here is what I propose to you : arrange the original integral in order to get a smilar form to what the FTC gives.
(because in the FTC, t is on the upper boundary - and there's a - sign because you inverted the order of boundaries)
Now, what if you let ? You will be able to let t in the upper boundary of the integral. And
Hence
Apply FTC :
Apply chain rule in the LHS :
Substitute back :
Does this look clear enough ?