Chaitanya C.

# Fundamental theorem of Calculus

Given that D(t) is a continuous and diffrentiable function .

Also D(0) = 0 , D(5) = 120 and D(20) = 200 , simplify the integral using fundamental theorem ,

∫ D'(t/4)dt inthe interval 0<t <20 ?

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Hello Chaitanya, If you do some work on the problem, you can submit it with a further question or to have your answer checked.
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Chaitanya C.

sir shouldnt it be D(20/4 ) - D(0) that is D(5) - D(0) This was a question in May 12th AP Calculus
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Tom S.

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Please read the rules of the site. We do not just give out test answers to students. As for your answer, it is not quite right. Try doing a u-substitution rewriting the integral in terms of u instead of t. Make u = t/4 and figure out du.
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