calculus
posted by Tom .
find the derivative of:
g(x) = interal(a=7x, b=6x) (u+5)/(u5) du
Hint:
interal(a=7x, b=6x) (u+5)/(u5) du
= interal(a=0, b=6x) (u+5)/(u5) du + interal(a=7x, b=0) (u+5)/(u5) du
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