# Derivative of a definite integral

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## Homework Statement

The problem:

Find the derivative of

x2 multiplied by the integral of dt/(t-2t2) from x to -x2+2x

i.e, the function is x^2 times integral of [1/(t-2t^2)]dt from a to b with a being x and b being -x^2+2x

## Homework Equations

Derivative and integral definitions

## The Attempt at a Solution

Without the x^2 in front of the integral I think I can handle this question. I believe it would just be the function inside of the integral [1/(x-2x^x)] multiplied by -2x +2 (which is the derivative of the upper limit). Am I on the right track? If so, how do you handle the multiplier in front of the integral?

$$\int_x^{-x^2+2x} \frac{dt}{t-2t^2} = F(-x^2+2x)-F(x)$$