g(x) is the integral from 0 to x of f(t) dt. Find G(3) This is a basic problem that I can't remember how to do...could someone help me out?
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Originally Posted by sfgiants13 g(x) is the integral from 0 to x of f(t) dt. Find G(3) This is a basic problem that I can't remember how to do...could someone help me out? Please be specific. i assume the G(x) = g'(x) ?? if so, apply the second fundamental theorem of calculus. do you know hwat this is? can you finish up?
Originally Posted by Jhevon Please be specific. i assume the G(x) = g'(x) ?? if so, apply the second fundamental theorem of calculus. do you know hwat this is? can you finish up? I meant just g(3) that was a typo...still the same way of solving?
Originally Posted by sfgiants13 I meant just g(3) that was a typo...still the same way of solving? $\displaystyle g(3) = \int_0^3 f(t)dt$ That does not tell you anything else.
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