Let \ g(y) = \int^y_4 -5t^2\ sin\ (t) \ dt. \ Use \ the \ Fundamental \ Theorem \ of \ Calculus \...


{eq}Let \ g(y) = \int^y_4 -5t^2\ sin\ (t) \ dt. \ Use \ the \ Fundamental \ Theorem \ of \ Calculus \ to \ find \ g'(y).\\ g'(y) = {/eq}

Fundamental Theorem of Calculus 1 (FTC1):

If f is continuous on {eq}{/eq} then the function F defined by {eq}{/eq}

is continuous on {eq}{/eq} differentiable on (c,d) and F'(x) = f(x) for each {eq}x \in (c,d) {/eq}. In alternate notation, {eq}\displaystyle \dfrac{d}{dx} \left[ \int_a^x f(t) \, dt \right] = f(x). {/eq}

Roughly speaking, FTC1 says that if we first integrate f and then differentiate the result, we get back to the original function f.

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Note that {eq}-5t^2 \sin t {/eq}

is a polynomial times a sine function, which are both continuous functions on {eq}\mathbb R {/eq}, so the...

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