Posted by **alex** on Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 10:25pm.

how can I determine the domain of a function h(x): integrate from 0 to 2x-1 f(t)dt, when the f(x) function is a graph shown and equations for both semicircles in the graph are: square root of 4x-x(squared) and for the second one -square root(1-(x-5)squared). later find derivative of function h(x) when evaluated at 5/2

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