derivative of integral over e^t to t^5 (sqrt(8+x^4)) dx(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I know I need to use the chain rule and I can take the derivative of the integral without respect to e^t and t^5. If you know the answer, can you answer and tell me how to do it?! Calculus final on Monday...

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# Homework Help: Derivatives and integrals help

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