How do you find the derivative of integral of #x^2*sin(t^2)dt# from 0 to x?
I can answer if you meant to ask:
How do you find the derivative of integral of
This is a problem for the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Part 1, which says: If
The job (one job) of this theorem is to tell us that this is the easiest question on the examination:
Find the derivative
The answer is:
Now move on to the next question.
What is the derivative of
The only thing that can go wrong is you forget to change the