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    Integration

    the question is number 5 found here http://www.collegeboard.com/prod_dow...alculus_ab.pdf

    Im having problems with part a) right now, but I dont know how to do b c or d. Any and all help is very much appreciated!
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    I would look into the corollary to the fundamental theorem of calculus. More specifically I believe it is call Leibniz's rule.
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    ok i figured out a)

    can some1 explain b)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ny_chow View Post
    ok i figured out a)

    can some1 explain b)?
    g(x) is defind as the area between f(x) and the x-axis. So as we increase x from -3 onward, g starts off negative then becomes positive and continue to be postive (ie. adding more and more postive area) until what point where it starts adding negative area?
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