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Hello,

Could somebody please help me with my problem? I have a double

integral

F(t) = Integral from 0 to t of f(s,t). w.r.t. d(g(s))

f(s,t) = Integral from t to A of h(s,u). w.r.t. d u.

Where "g(s)" is a function of "s", which may or may not be

differentiable w.r.t. s. In this case, how can I differentiate "F(x)"

w.r.t. "x", or calculate "d(F(x))"?

I'd really appreciate your help.

Thanks,

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# Differentiating double integrals - help please!

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