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whats you Q?

\[\int\limits^{x^2}_0 [(t^2-5t+4)/(2+e^t)]dt\]

@.Sam.

(t2−5t+4)=(t-1)(t-4)

am not sure if you need to know the answer or how to go about answering the question.

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help pls

so i can help. i need to know what are you really looking for?

maxima and minima !!

the expression in the integral = 0 for max/minm points ( i think)
isn't that right guys?

yea spacelimbus - im not sure either!

yes

is the derivative of the integrated function*

makes sense to me -though i'm learning calculus at present time so I'm not expert by any means

thats some integral!!!! lol

ok integral is the area under the curve.

yes

typo error cwrw238 i think too.

oh yes of course - i only differentiated the numerator!!! my mistake there.

typo?

example :\[\int\limits_{}^{} x^4\] its primative funaction is : \[x ^{5}/5\]