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Fundamental theorem of Calculus question:

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    |dw:1353110702972:dw|

  2. Dido525
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    I got my answer to be: \[-2xe ^{x^4+x^2}+3x^2e^{x^6+x^3}\]

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    I just want to check if this is correct.

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    @jim_thompson5910 @TuringTest @Zarkon

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    @zepdrix @AccessDenied

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    So you applied the chain rule because of what's in your upper and lower limits of integration? Hmmm yah everything looks good! I'm coming up with the same answer. Yay dido! :D

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    Thanks :) .

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