If h' is a child's rate of growth in pounds per year, which of the following expressions represent the increase in the child's weight (in pounds) between the years 2 and 5?

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If h' is a child's rate of growth in pounds per year, which of the following expressions represent the increase in the child's weight (in pounds) between the years 2 and 5?

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i believe the expression would look like this \[\int\limits_{2}^{5} h'(x) dx\]
these are the answers i have to choose from a) h'(5) - h'(2) b) h(5) - h(2) c) The integral h'(t) dt from 2 to 5. d) The integral h(t) dt from 2 to 5.
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its c they just use t instead of x but b is equivalent
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