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So as always I come here to make sure my maths homework is right and ask few questions to make sure I understand the topic.

Here is my homework:

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Q.1 I'm fairly certain that this is correct, however, please check if I didn't do any stupid mistakes.

Q.2 Same as above.

Q.3 Now here is where the problems start is the equation inside the integral sign f(x)'? What about "c"? Does it cancel out? How? I know this is based on fundamental theorem of calculus can you explain using normal language what it is.

Q.4 I differentiated the equation. Inserted 4 as x. Got 5.11... Is this correct? Same questions as Q.3

Q.5 Seems easy enough. Just basic calculus. Please check if right.

Here is my homework:

View attachment 7705

Q.1 I'm fairly certain that this is correct, however, please check if I didn't do any stupid mistakes.

Q.2 Same as above.

Q.3 Now here is where the problems start is the equation inside the integral sign f(x)'? What about "c"? Does it cancel out? How? I know this is based on fundamental theorem of calculus can you explain using normal language what it is.

**Is the answer correct ?**Q.4 I differentiated the equation. Inserted 4 as x. Got 5.11... Is this correct? Same questions as Q.3

Q.5 Seems easy enough. Just basic calculus. Please check if right.