Calculus (Integrals and Derivatives)
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Evaluate the following expression:
d/dx (integration sign: upper=1 and lower= 3) (2t^3 + 3)dt =
I am given the following options:
2t^3 + 3
56
5
28.0
None of the above
Would the result of the expression be 0 or 5???

It would be 28. For future notice, the integral is going from the interval 3 to 1(from point a to b)...this information will come in handy if you have to take physics
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