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∫[0,x^(3),(t)/√(1+t^(3)),]
Find the derivative of the integral.
A. (3(x^3))/((1+(x^9))^0.5)
B. (x^3)/((1+x^9)^0.5)
C. (3x^3)/((1+x^3)^0.5)
D. (5x^3)/((1+x^6)^0.5)
E. (3x^5)/((1+x^3)^0.5)

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