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  • 4 years ago

None on my results match up with any of their multiple choice: Use Part 1 of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to find the derivative of the function.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Mertsj
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    Why wouldn't it be D since if you do the integral and then take the derivative, you're right back where you started?

  3. TuringTest
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    basically, except that you've replaced t with x the other term g(1) goes away because it is a constant, and when you take the derivative of a constant, what happens?

  4. Mertsj
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    Well but it's a definite integral from 1 to x. That's why the t goes away, isn't it?

  5. TuringTest
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    yep :D

  6. anonymous
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    So which one of the choices would be correct?

  7. Mertsj
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    Why wouldn't it be D since if you do the integral and then take the derivative, you're right back where you started? TuringTest 0 Good Answer yep :D

  8. anonymous
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    Where is D? there are only 3 options

  9. anonymous
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    last one

  10. anonymous
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    Mk, thanks

  11. TuringTest
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    to be technically correct that's it's not g(1) that goes away (that would be zero), just the evaluation, but I am glossing over things like that

  12. Mertsj
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    Oh. sorry. I thought there were 4 options. Guess the "d" at the beginning of the choice that caused me to say d

  13. anonymous
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    C is the option, as they say, g(1) is a constant, so if \[(\int\limits_{1}^{x}\sqrt{4+7t} )'dt=\sqrt{4+7t}\]

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