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    fundamental theorem of calculus, part 2

    (also, evaluation theorem ) we can evaluate a definite integral by evaluating the antiderivative of the integrand at the endpoints of the interval and subtracting

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what is a maximax
Chinye Reply
A maxima in a curve refers to the maximum point said curve. The maxima is a point where the gradient of the curve is equal to 0 (dy/dx = 0) and its second derivative value is a negative (d²y/dx² = -ve).
Viewer
what is the limit of x^2+x when x approaches 0
Dike Reply
find derivatives 3√x²+√3x²
Care Reply
3 + 3=6
mujahid
How to do basic integrals
dondi Reply
write something lmit
ram Reply
find the integral of tan tanxdx
Lateef Reply
-ln|cosx| + C
Jug
discuss continuity of x-[x] at [ _1 1]
Atshdr Reply
Given that u = tan–¹(y/x), show that d²u/dx² + d²u/dy²=0
Collince Reply
find the limiting value of 5n-3÷2n-7
Joy Reply
Use the first principal to solve the following questions 5x-1
Cecilia Reply
175000/9*100-100+164294/9*100-100*4
Ibrahim Reply
mode of (x+4) is equal to 10..graph it how?
Sunny Reply
66
ram
6
ram
6
Cajab
what is domain in calculus
nelson
integrals of 1/6-6x-5x²
Namwandi Reply
derivative of (-x^3+1)%x^2
Misha Reply
(-x^5+x^2)/100
Sarada
(-5x^4+2x)/100
Sarada
oh sorry it's (-x^3+1)÷x^2
Misha
-5x^4+2x
Sarada
sorry I didn't understan A with that symbol
Sarada
find the derivative of the following y=4^e5x y=Cos^2 y=x^inx , x>0 y= 1+x^2/1-x^2 y=Sin ^2 3x + Cos^2 3x please guys I need answer and solutions
Ga Reply
differentiate y=(3x-2)^2(2x^2+5) and simplify the result
Ga
72x³-72x²+106x-60
okhiria
y= (2x^2+5)(3x+9)^2
lemmor
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