1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data F(x) = (integral from 1 to x^3) (t^2 - 10)/(t + 1) dt Evaluate F'(x) 2. Relevant equations Using the chain rule 3. The attempt at a solution Let u = x^3 Then: [((x^3)^2 - 10) / (x^3 + 1)] ⋅ 3x^2 *step cancelling powers of x from fraction* = (x^3 - 10)(3x^2) = 3x^5 - 30x^2 I am trying to input a solution to a Maple TA problem for uni work, is this answer incorrect, or is possible that my maple TA syntax is incorrect. My attempted answer on maple looked like: (3*x^5) - (30*x^2) Any help that *doesn't* just give me the answer is very much appreciated!