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jeremy59
 2 years ago
I need help. I'm supposed to use the fundamental theorem of calculus to find the integral of (d/dt sqrt(2+2t^4) dt from three to two. Please help or point me in the right direction.
jeremy59
 2 years ago
I need help. I'm supposed to use the fundamental theorem of calculus to find the integral of (d/dt sqrt(2+2t^4) dt from three to two. Please help or point me in the right direction.

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ljensen
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Begin with the antiderivative of \(\frac{d}{dt} \sqrt{2+2t^4}\)  you'll need it for the fundamental theorem.
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