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I know part a is the fundamental theorem of calculus, but I am not quite sure how to manipulate the integral to find part i or part ii.

Part b is again the fundamental theorem of calculus, but I am having a hard time solving for the antiderivative.

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# Homework Help: Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

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