COLLEGE CALCULUS. HELP!

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anti-derivation
given f"(x)=3x+0 and f'(-1)=1 and f(-1)=5
find f'(x)=? and find f(2)

  • COLLEGE CALCULUS. HELP! -

    f"(x)=3x
    f'(x)=3/2 x^2 + K solve for K given f'(-1)=1

    f=1/2 x^3+kx + M

    solve for M given f(-1)=5

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