anonymous
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Calc II Integration problem: Answer Please
Mathematics
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Anyone?
anonymous
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did you state part I of the fundamental thm of calculus?

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anonymous
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also all those answers have typos since the first term should have a cos( (10x)^(10) ) or whatever - the exponent is 10 not 1 ... 0
anonymous
  • anonymous
That I don't know, I'm taking these tests online to practice for my course,
anonymous
  • anonymous
basically g(x) = F(10x) - F(cos(x)) where F is your antiderivative, and then you have to chain rule out the whole thing
anonymous
  • anonymous
could you help me with the answer? I"d like to try and work this one backwards
anonymous
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I just did dg/dx = F'(10x) * (10) - F'(cos(x)) * (-sin(x)) = 10 F'(10x) + sin(x) F'(cos(x)) = 10*cos((10x)^10) + sin(x)*cos(cos(x)^10)) which is the last choice
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Mk, I'll work this one out, thanks

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