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do they mean the formula for f[x] and not f[t] ? and still.. Im not sure what they're asking of me here.
I'm sorry, I'm not good with Mathematica

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I think they mean the formula for f[x]
yeah Im lost too.. maybe they just want me to say, that we used integration to create the function and the f'[x] has just reversed it?
I think so 2. :o This might help. c: https://www.mathway.com/
Maybe the question is.. why would \[f[x] = \int\limits_{a}^{x} g[t] dt \] give us f'[x] ? And I am expected to explain?
Yes c:
Yes, this question is about fundamental theorem of calculus : \[\dfrac{d}{dx}\int\limits_a^xg(t)\,dt~=~g(x)\]
okay.. so I just need to read up on that.. thanks ganeshie8
Pfft I get no thanks. ;-;
And no medal >.<
lol thanks elsa too :) but ganshie did solve the puzzle
YESH!!! >:D Thank you, Ganeshie. c:
I do appreciate you coming to help though.. I really need it :)
It seems they want you guess below relation through exercises : |dw:1437065056261:dw|
Is this relationship only true because a=1 or would it be true no matter what a= ?
ah, a is independent here I think
Yeah, it doesn't matter. \(a\) can be any number/constant.

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