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Use FTC to evaluate a definite integral with basic integrand--


(integral) bottom number 0, top #2 (4x^3+1)dx=

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    Don't know what FTC stands for but
    the integral of 4x^3 + 1 is
    x^4 + x

    so the definite integral of the above from 0 to 2 is
    (2)^4 + 2 - 0
    = 18

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    FTC is the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Thanks for you help.

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