If f is the antiderivative of x^2/(1+x^5) such that f(1)=0, then what would f(4) be?

If f is the antiderivative of x^2/(1+x^5) such that f(1)=0, then what would f(4) be?

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anti derive it :)

The limits of integrals are from 1 to 4. I tried approximating it but f'(1) is not 0.

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