Does anybody know, how to find the derivative of the F with respect to a? As far as I know the Leibnitz rule is only applicable, when the integration limits do not depend a. But what happens, when one of the limits is a function of a?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]F(a,x)=\int ^{c+h(a)}_{c} f[g(a,x)] dx[/tex]

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# Extension Leibnitz Rule

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