Can you differentiate definite integrals with respect to x?

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In summary, the steps to determine if these steps are correct may vary depending on the specific situation and subject matter. Some common steps include reviewing the logic and reasoning, checking for errors or inconsistencies, and consulting other experts. To ensure accurate results, it is important to thoroughly research and understand the subject matter, use reliable methods and tools, and carefully design and conduct experiments. If an error is found in the steps, it should be addressed promptly and documented for future reference. To improve upon these steps, seeking feedback, conducting further research, and collaborating with other scientists can be helpful. However, these steps may not be applicable to all scientific studies, as each study may have its own unique methods and guidelines.
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Are these steps correct , The problem statement and the proof are in the attached file

Excuse me , I'm not so good at proofs
 

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First, this should not be posted under "Learning Materials". This area is for tutorials, not questions, so I am moving it to the homework section.

Second, you have
[tex]\int_a^b\left(M(x)+ h(x)\right)^2 dx= \int_a^b M^2(x)+ h^2(x) dx[/tex]
and "differentiate with respect to x". Since those are definite integrals, they are numbers, constants, not functions of x and "differentiating with respect to x" just gives 0= 0.
 

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